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Big outfits usually have their own big shops. Medium-sized outfits will sometimes have their own shop space or may heavily use a dealer or an independent mechanic and/or lube shop.

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May seems to be a month full of expectation and anticipation. Consistently warmer weather and longer days open a whole new world of possibilities of what to fill them with. For those in this industry, it means fresh plantings and the start of another growing season.

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I woke up with a start, panicked that I’d overslept. I rolled onto my side and grabbed my phone on my bedside table. It was only 3 a.m. I flopped back down and then decided to get up and at least check. I swung my feet out of bed and padded in my bare feet to the laundry room.

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I’ve been reading books lately that promise to share the secrets Fortune 500 companies use to be and stay successful.

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A fellow I’ve known for what seems like forever had a real dislike for horses, for what seemed like good reason. About the time he was getting serious about high school, a horse fell on him and mangled both bones of a lower leg. He said it seemed like he spent all but a couple of weeks of high school in a cast or on crutches.

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I was right in the middle of a fairly precarious situation when I felt my phone buzzing in my shirt pocket.

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