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Old 02-19-2009, 07:06 AM   #1
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Does anyone know where i can get residential electrical leads in south Carolina for free? I found one for commercial.

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Does anyone know where i can get residential electrical leads in south Carolina for free? I found one for commercial.
Update: Haha silly me. Your looking for leads for your business, should have been obvious by your name...


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I like your name. Do you ride?
I am is SC. and have no idea where to find free leads on projects. Put on your sales hat and get out and drum up business.
We have more EC's in Upstate SC. than we need. Seems as if most of the guys I worked with here have moved on to start their own business. The success rate is small. Most have returned to former employers.

If you have industrial experience ( highly skilled in manufacturing environments), you may be able to make a living just from these types of customers. The need is here for this particular type of work.
Do you have a state license?
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This is a site for DIYers, and not a resource to help industry professionals find ways to drum up business.

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