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Old 07-29-2007, 11:16 PM   #11
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Wow that would be Awesome. Its already great that you own your own business now but this would be even better if it works out for you.
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Being where I work, I do know this... Hispanic/Mexicans familys are HUGE on sweet 16 b-day parties. I just seen one girls pics and they spend big bucks on them.
(not being hispanic) isnt there another biggy thing for the girls in the family?
Quinceañera its the same thing except for 15 year olds
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Yes there is alot of Quinceañera'* here. Shadow I rather suffer now than later. Although I have a hefty 401k Plan for retirement that continues to take money from my paycheck . I am only 23 so I am still learning alot.
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Sounds like you've gotten plenty of words of encouragement; now for some sobering words of warning...

This limo business you're talking about seems 100% dependent on that one limo being up and going at all times.
As Henry Ford said, "you can put all your eggs in one basket...but watch that basket!"

If there'* enough business in town--and, more importantly, if there'* enough income in the business--that you could add to your fleet within a reasonable period--say, 4 to 5 years--I'd say it'* a good business. That would greatly reduce the risk of the business coming to a complete standstill due to one mechanical problem. But that first 4 or 5 years will be very risky indeed
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Sounds like a good investment to me. try racing a stretched limo.
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Well at 23 you are doing good.
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Sounds good to me! I'd go for it.
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I am about to call him so we can meet up this week.
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go for it... just hope that if the H2 breaks down... it doesn't cost an arm and a leg to fix.


Sounds great though!
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is the H2 powered by the 6.0 or the 6.6 duramax very huge difference if i were to pick based on reliability
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