Title: New Business
|Date:||January 6, 2012|
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So Jeremy hired a few of his friends to do the moves. This was great now he really didn't have to lift nothing but a telephone and he was making money and so were his friends. Now the company had about five employees and everyone was happy. This company was now completely self sufficient and the best part, practically zero overhead, Jeremy didn't even own a truck, instead he had the customers rent a U-Haul...
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This was considerably cheaper then using another moving company that provided a truck the customers didn't seem to mind at all.
When asked what he liked most about owning his own company he simply replied, the money. He finished school and now has a full time job aside from the moving company and makes great money...
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