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Discussion in 'Chit Chat & Introductions' started by Anthony @ SCS, Nov 29, 2014.

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  1. Anthony @ SCS

    Anthony @ SCS Active Member
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    Hi Everyone

    My name is Anthony, I have been browsing the forum for a little while now and have found it to be very useful and informative, I'm from Southend, Essex. (Originally from Walsall, West Midlands).

    I'm 33 years old, I work in I.T (run the workshop for a local company, before that I was in the Army) but have decided to setup my own window cleaning company once i'm fully healed from my motorcycle accident and eventually get my payout. I would just like the freedom to work for myself, plus i'm tired of making other people a fortune when that money is better off in my pocket. :)

    I'm a grafter, often work over 50hrs a week, I know that i'm not going to make a fortune overnight but I am prepared to put in the time, research and training. I first plan on getting either a WFP trolley or backpack and doing my neighbours, friends and family first just to get back into it and gain a little more experience.

    I have a little experience as in the past I have helped my brother on his round back in the Midlands and also helped out at the firm he used to work for many years ago when I was back home on leave in the Army (just to pass some time away).

    Anyway, enough rambling on and i'll get back to trawling through the forum some more.

    :windowcleaner:
     
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  2. cheapncheerful

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    hi and welcome Anthony Fiore good luck In your future window cleaning venture keep us all informed..don't worry...im still learning after forty odd years...:Dwhilst I haven't exactly made much money...at least im free....
     
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    Hi & welcome :thumbsup:
     
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    Hi m8 respect for your time served in the army , welcome to the party , you'll have ups and downs working for self , but nothing beats being your own boss ,, good luck
     
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    Welcome young man
     
  6. SPCleaning

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    Hi Anthony,
    The best thing I ever did was window cleaning. I really enjoy what I do, so you go for it. The freedom is wonderful. I am an ex Police Officer and a serving Officer in the TA. So I know what it is like to be controlled by the job.
     
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    Welcome matey. Good luck in your venture.:)
     
  8. Shiny

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    Hello and welcome to the forum Anthony
     
  9. daveyboy

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    Welcome bud
    You'll do fine mate
    When you have a crappy day just think you could be on a yomp with a full bergen on your back. makes lugging a pole around seem easy
     
  10. Anthony @ SCS

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    Cheers for the warm welcome messages
     
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