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Old 01-06-2017, 11:43 AM   #11
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Old 01-06-2017, 12:27 PM   #12
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More on me, since @ShtRnsdownhill prefers proper intros. I am 44 year old woman working for a plumbing and heating company for 10 years. I am the office manager/dispatcher/AR/AP/Payroll/Marketing/Sales and complaint department. Prior to this I taught computer classes at the local Technical college and prior to that I worked as an Executive Secretary for a window company. I have a BA in Public Relations and minor in business law and technical editing. Business law, like plumbing, is best left to the professionals so that doesn't get used often, however the public relations and technical editing have come in handy. We have 5 trucks on the road. One of our HVAC brand has a very dynamic culture and hosts industry events 2 - 3 times a year with networking and lots of education for owners and managers. I have learned and shared quite a bit from that group and am looking for the plumbing equivalent.
Seems like she has the potential to contribute more to this place then some of the licensed plumbers around here.
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As posted elsewhere, I believe we have a mod that is female, and not licensed, with 10,000 posts.
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Old 01-06-2017, 02:53 PM   #14
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More on me, since @ShtRnsdownhill prefers proper intros. I am 44 year old woman working for a plumbing and heating company for 10 years. I am the office manager/dispatcher/AR/AP/Payroll/Marketing/Sales and complaint department. Prior to this I taught computer classes at the local Technical college and prior to that I worked as an Executive Secretary for a window company. I have a BA in Public Relations and minor in business law and technical editing. Business law, like plumbing, is best left to the professionals so that doesn't get used often, however the public relations and technical editing have come in handy. We have 5 trucks on the road. One of our HVAC brand has a very dynamic culture and hosts industry events 2 - 3 times a year with networking and lots of education for owners and managers. I have learned and shared quite a bit from that group and am looking for the plumbing equivalent.
its the forum rule that you must post an intro, and I did not write the rules.. https://www.plumbingzone.com/f3/
so im not all holy and mighty..why do so many just disregard the rules and then get all uppity when they are called out to do what the forum has posted???
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I'm just as confused as you are @ShtRnsdownhill because you posted on my intro when I made it last month. Hint - it's this exact thread.
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I'm just as confused as you are @ShtRnsdownhill because you posted on my intro when I made it last month. Hint - it's this exact thread.
ok ill explain, when you posted , within the same few days , several other people posted almost the same scenario as you, wanting info or help on something, in the past this has just been a lead on into a spammer dropping links for some marketing firm, (not saying you actually did). so that is the only reason I left my first comment, it wasnt a personal attack on you as a real person, but to a possible spammer...so you clarified what your about, thats all that was asked more or less...
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Hope you treat your office staff nicer than this in person.











Don't mind him. You're in. This is a forum for licensed plumbers as well as those employed or affiliated with the plumbing industry such as yourself.
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I have browsed these forums for a while so I know my first step needs to be posting an introduction! I have been the office manager for a plumbing and heating company for about 10 years now. Rewarding and challenging work all at the same time. I wear a lot of hats and hope to learn a lot here!
Welcome!! I am with you on that one!! We need all the support we can get! I run the business and it has been full of challenges and rewards. Hardest part, finding quality workers! We are in this together!!
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As long as we all contribute it should be good.
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