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#159622 01/08/05 08:06 PM
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I would like to be the first to Thank You Bill. (For adding this VDV Forum)

I think it will be a learning experiance for all, as some of us "Electricians" do more and more of anything with involving any type of wire.

And according to the IBEW about a year ago, they projected that the VDV industry would soon encompass 50% of the work done by thier members. (In parrallel growth with the non-union side.) Despite the Dot-com bust, this area just continues to grow.

Anyway, a whole and hearty Thank You, Mark


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#159623 01/08/05 09:39 PM
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Mark,

I look forward to learning more about VDV myself.

Many Thanks to Scott and Paul for agreeing to be Moderators here.

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