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Lots of Changes and Additions on the Horizon for Area Businesses

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We’re watching a lot of stories. Last week, Ingersoll Rand had hired Goldman Sachs to sell Club Car. The only response was could be coaxed out of their public relations department was, “I know you all stay very interested. There is nothing to share – we do not comment on rumor or speculation.” ...

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  1. A neat ending to a “Business article”, but I can’t agree with you more. I was a “CPM” Certified Property Manager as taught and designated by IREM. One of the very few from the Augusta area, and spent most of my property management career in Greenville, SC. and Oklahoma City, OK. I burnt out by having to work more often than not 70-80+ hours a week to satisfy my owners and bosses, so changed to Real Estate sales in 1981. I worked as a Property Manager for my Dad before I got my Real Estate Brokers License in 1971 and retired completely on Jan. 1 2012 never looking back with regret. So keep promoting advanced training, it will improve your business and bottom line.

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