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Offline Pezzle

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So I think I will call tomorrow
« on: Feb 28, 2008, 06:19 »
I get the feeling like I'm totally missing the outage schedule though. I left college, and I'm tangled up in retail and I'd really like to hop on the next outage I could as soon as possible. I don't have rent or bill obligations right now either, so this is the perfect chance for me.

I was looking at the roadtechs schedule for outages. Would you say most of them are full for now? (end of February 2008)

I sent an email to Eric Bartlett but I'm getting this feeling I may just have to call instead. I bet he's busy.

But hopefull I'll be seeing a few of you sooner than later.  :D

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Re: So I think I will call tomorrow
« Reply #1 on: Feb 28, 2008, 08:47 »
CALL !!!!!!!! If they don't know ya there not going to call. There are some outages that are still unstaffed. Also at every outage there are no shows be ready to leave on minutes noticed. But do call Eric, Joey or any of the recuirter listed on Bartlett's web site.

 


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