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I was searching reviews on direct mail marketing and Mudlick Mail and came across this website. I've browsed the forums and found some good information. Nice to see other shops treat their customers like they want to be treated. This was my step father's motto when he started the business over 20 years ago and it's been mine since I've owned it the past 4 years. Looking forward to reading more good info.

 

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Billy

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I was searching reviews on direct mail marketing and Mudlick Mail and came across this website. I've browsed the forums and found some good information. Nice to see other shops treat their customers like they want to be treated. This was my step father's motto when he started the business over 20 years ago and it's been mine since I've owned it the past 4 years. Looking forward to reading more good info.

 

Regards,

Billy

 

Welcome to AutoShopOwner, Billy. Glad you found us. You will enjoy this site, it is packed with great information that relates to our industry. Please join in from time to time, ask questions, voice your opinion, vent....whatever....We can all benifit.

 

Joe Marconi

Cofounder, ASO

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