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Hi Everyone,

I've been lurking these forums for quite some time now, soaking up all this valuable info. I just wanted to say thanks to everyone here, what you share on these forums is priceless info for newbies such as myself.

I am currently in the midst of starting a commercial VCT cleaning business here in Vegas (my business license is still processing). Right now I do have a nice cushy desk job at a strip casino, but with all the recent lay offs and just the overall monotony of my job, I decided to try to branch out on my own. I have some experience with VCT, I used to strip & wax the break room when I was in the military, but i still consider myself very green when it comes to the floor care business.

Anyway, thanks for all the info here, If anyone has any suggestions or advice, I would greatly appreciate it!!

Cheers,
Jared
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I'm new to this site as well and see a lot of great potential of wealth here with good integrity of people willing to share their knowledge. What is VCT?
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Welcome and good luck with starting your VCT business. There is a lot of knowledge to be learned on these forums.

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Hi Everyone,

I've been lurking these forums for quite some time now, soaking up all this valuable info. I just wanted to say thanks to everyone here, what you share on these forums is priceless info for newbies such as myself.

I am currently in the midst of starting a commercial VCT cleaning business here in Vegas (my business license is still processing). Right now I do have a nice cushy desk job at a strip casino, but with all the recent lay offs and just the overall monotony of my job, I decided to try to branch out on my own. I have some experience with VCT, I used to strip & wax the break room when I was in the military, but i still consider myself very green when it comes to the floor care business.

Anyway, thanks for all the info here, If anyone has any suggestions or advice, I would greatly appreciate it!!

Cheers,
Jared

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Hi ProShine Floors! Look forward to swapping war stories
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