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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-06-2015, 09:25 PM Thread Starter
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I live and work out of Owensboro, KY. Fairly new to the business but am looking for the best companies to work for based on volume and pay. Please advise.

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I live and work out of Owensboro, KY. Fairly new to the business but am looking for the best companies to work for based on volume and pay. Please advise.

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Best of Luck to you. This is somewhere around the 5,289 post by a first time poster looking for the "best companies" to work for. Truth be told, there aren't many. At least not in P&P anyway. But hey, that's relative I guess. If a $3 inspection makes your day, or $15/CYD trashout, then I there are tons of them.

I would encourage you to spend hours and hours reading this forum. After that, you'll have a better understanding of which referrals might be worth checking into and who is being sarcastic. I'll leave you with this parting piece of info. Try Safeguard. They are one of the largest Nationals with tons of volume. Now, its up to you to do your homework to find out if I'm being helpful or sarcastic........



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I'll leave you with this parting piece of info. Try Safeguard. They are one of the largest Nationals with tons of volume. Now, its up to you to do your homework to find out if I'm being helpful or sarcastic........
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Sure, only took me a year and losing a few thousand dollars, why wouldn't I just had that over to someone that doesn't even want to search the forum for themselves?
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