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02/05/2008 05:34:15 PM · #1
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Message edited by author 2008-05-06 17:28:43.
02/05/2008 05:55:57 PM · #2
Dude, I'm on vacation all this week and would probably be able to help you if those days were this week.
02/05/2008 06:04:00 PM · #3
BTW, Enterprise Rent-A-Car will rent to people under 25. They should have a rental station at DFW airport too.
02/05/2008 08:16:54 PM · #4
really?

i appreciate the help.

i'll check into that.
02/05/2008 09:20:43 PM · #5
Mr. Hunt,

LKSEnterprises will provide unequaled personalized service for you and your assistant while in Dallas. Using a two person staff you we will provide 24 hour door to door luxury ground transportation service, unlimited world wide toll free communication services, data services, armed security, baggage & equipment handling, first class accomdations, 24 hour dining, personal shopper and laundry service.

Our premium service is provided for a simplified rate of $3,250 per day for a party of two. Additional fees include a daily fuel surcharge of $162.50 per vehicle, world wide mobile satellite communication service surcharge of $105.50 per day, daily gratiuity rate of $325 per assistant, equipment transfer/handling fee of $250 per event, per 100 pounds plus all applicable city and state taxes. Medical services available on an as needed basis.

Cash payment of total estimated rate and fees must be received at least 48 hours before arrival. Seventy-five percent cancellation fee after booking.

We look forward to serving you.
LKSEnterprises

*LKSEnterprises is a wholly owned subsidy of pullingyourleg corporation. The above offer not available in any state.

Message edited by author 2008-02-05 21:21:35.
02/05/2008 09:56:31 PM · #6
If it were a weekend, I'd be happy to help, but I gotta earn a living. (At least this thread caused all the DFW area people to come out and make themselves known to me.)
02/05/2008 10:04:44 PM · #7
Originally posted by breadfan35:

BTW, Enterprise Rent-A-Car will rent to people under 25. They should have a rental station at DFW airport too.


Note: don't ever change your tire yourself, or their idiot people will not look in the trunk and say you stole a rim, and their manager won't believe you, and they'll harass you for months and send you collection letters for being a normal human being that can change their own damn tire. :/
02/05/2008 10:05:14 PM · #8
Originally posted by EvanH:

Hii guys

I will be in Dallas Texas next week (February 12,13, and 14) for a Universal Records shoot.

Problem is I'm not old enough to rent a car and neither is my assistant.

We're looking for a responsible individual that can drive us to and from the rental, airport, and shoot locations on the 12th when called, and all day on the 13th.

They also need to be responsible for returning the photo equipment sometime on the 14th, as we will be leaving early morning before the store opens.

We are able to pay you so if anyone is willing out there please contact me ASAP and we'll discuss prices.

Thanks so much!

Evan Hunt
evanhuntphoto.com
815 922 5644

evanjhunt@msn.com


Flyboy, its amazing that you can fly a plane but Hertz won't trust you with a Taurus.

Maybe your mom can make the trip with you.
02/05/2008 10:28:58 PM · #9
Mr. Evans,
As the author of the LKSEnterprises satire I would now like to give you a piece of advice. Undoubtly, you are an enterprising young man aspiring to succeed as an independent service provider. There is far more to the service industry than the prime task. Develop a business plan, applicable project plans, budgets, cost estimations etc. etc.

Study, learn, plan, test, adjust, do.

Right now your business is akin to a blow up swimming pool and your need for cottage industry logistics service is the needle that can quickly deflate your business hopes and dreams.

Get yourself a good mentor.

God bless and good luck.
louisp

P.S. I hope your reply is not "whatever".

Message edited by author 2008-02-05 22:31:49.
02/05/2008 10:33:03 PM · #10
I would, but I've got to work at my job that pays the bills.
Good luck!

Steve...I didn't know you were in this neck o' the woods!
02/06/2008 01:34:02 PM · #11
Note: don't ever change your tire yourself, or their idiot people will not look in the trunk and say you stole a rim, and their manager won't believe you, and they'll harass you for months and send you collection letters for being a normal human being that can change their own damn tire.

hahahah

thanks for all the willing help guys. we figured everything out and we're good to go!

thanks again.

Evan
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