As someone commented on your post yesterday, you do indeed do a terrific job of promoting small businesses. This guy looks happy to be doing what he does; I, however, hope that I don't have to call upon him. Once a year is plenty for me, and I'm glad that January, 2010 is almost over. Perhaps my luck will change in February!
I guess if your car got smashed it would be nice to have a smiling helpful man turn up to help you.
toujours plus plaisant d'avoir affaire a quelqu'un qui sourit ;) meme quand sa voiture est en panne...
OK - He's got a truck. Does that mean he's going to run for the Senate?Kidding aside, as «Louis» commented about you post yesterday, and Kate comments today, a tip o' the hat to you for promoting small business!
He really looks Cheerful! If my car got stuck and he'll be the one to tow it, maybe I won't be that sad anymore :DSteven^^
What, no food in sight! You mean you put down your knife and fork long enough to take a picture of Mark of Mark's Towing?Well, hell, I'm proud of you!Now, you need to know that I have answered your question about the Silver River which you will find in the comment section of the post on which you asked that question - which is, if you remember, on Ocala DP.You might want to read it if for no other reason than to increase incrementally the minute fund of knowledge that heretofore has occupied your brain.Have a nice day.
Eagan parece que algunas personas muy bien dispuesta a ayudar en sus necesidades. Algunas imágenes de muy buena calidad de imagen excelenteCheers, Leif
He really seems to be a helpful man !! I appreciate his nature of work !!
Excellent promotional image - and narrative.
Nice shot of Mark and his tow truck, Leif. It’s a really great thing you’re doing for your fellow Rotarians.
Being saved a couple of times by the towing trucks I can certainly appreciate Mark's business :)
If I had his truck, I'd never worry about getting stuck! (unintentional rhyme). Then I wouldn't have to call anybody!
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