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#73523 - 12/27/06 06:24 PM anyone work for Rexmoore??
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looking for a new job and thinking about applying to rexmoore electrical. anybody on this board working for them?? yay or nay??

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#73524 - 12/30/06 03:38 PM Re: anyone work for Rexmoore??
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I live on the east coast and have never heard of them before. However, I just looked at their website ( http://www.rexmoore.com/home.htm ) and if I didn't plan on going into business for myself, that's the kind of company I would want to work for. I'm attracted to the professionalism of the company.

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#73525 - 12/30/06 10:41 PM Re: anyone work for Rexmoore??
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I am in Chico (90 miles north) and I have heard nothing but good things of that company. Mind you, this is mainly in regard to their management, I guess they are very proffessional aobut their business, supoosedly their strategic plan for the next 10 years fills a binder. The source of these kind words came from people with Sac Builders Exchange. Sorry, I don't know what it's like to be a guy in the "trenches". Let us know if you go for it!

Mike

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