Saturday, July 31, 2010

What a road trip THAT was...

I logged 950 miles in four days this week, with two stops to sign contracts that will keep my people busy until this time next year, the two more stops to make sure the contracts I signed earlier this year are meeting client expectations.

I know some companies are struggling in this economy, but honestly, at our little civil engineering and water resources engineering company, business is looking up. 

One of the beautiful things about being a part time conservative blogger and full time rainmaker is that  I am a walking, talking, real-life example of the conservative message--your hard work and dedication can make great things happen, even in the worst of times.  If you have a product or service that provides value to customers and clients, then all you have to do is show new customers and clients why they should do business with you. 

We are hiring.  We need civil engineers, structural engineers and people with experience in building trades such as concrete, carpentry and roofing.  We're booking more work this year than we did at this time last year, and 2011 looks even better.

Use admin AT Ibleedcrimsonred DOT com, and send me your resume.

We are back at Fort Morgan this weekend, enjoying a brief respite from all the work and enjoying a dip in the oil-free waters of South Alabama.  Y'all come on down.  The water's fine.


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