Friday, March 27, 2009

Car Share

I just came across a great business in Austin, TX. They are called Austin CareShare. It is targeted to people who do not own a car.

They have a fleet of vehicles parked around town. You sign up as one of their clients and they give you a keyfob that opens the car. Then you drive the car to your destination and then return it to the same place where you picked it up from.

They charge a monthly or yearly service fee and then hourly plus mileage.

What a great idea for a city like Austin with a big college in the middle. I think there is a similar company in San Francisco. Seattle should have one of these too. But, I wonder if it would work in a city like Dallas or Houston???? What do you think?

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Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Outside Salesman Needed for Courier Service in Dallas, TX

JetStar Courier is a courier service in Dallas, TX. We are looking for a friendly individual to do outside sales. This would include cold calls as well as prescheduled meetings.

Experience is not mandatory but extremely helpful. Knowledge of the courier-messenger industry would also be helpful. But, most importantly, we are looking for someone who is honest, reliable, friendly and motivated to make money.

There is a potential to make over $60,000 per year. This position is commission only. There will be a draw on commission that will cover all your expenses. So, we are looking for someone who is confident that they can produce new sales.

If this is you and you are confident that you can sell; then email jobs@jetstarcourier.com

Feel free to visit our website at JetStarCourier.com to see more about us.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Dallas Mayor Ron Kirk as Obama's Trade Representetive

Well, i wasn't much into local dallas politics from 1995 - 2001. I was more foused on national politics then. So, I would really like to hear from some Dallas people that have opinions on Ron Kirk.

Trade policies do have some effect on courier , trucking & logistics companies. So, can anyone tell me what Kirk's polocies were in Dallas?