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Paul Norton

Sign Installer / Livermore, CA

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Install and service signs in Northern California. Apprentice to Journeyman level. $17 to $30 to start depending upon experience and qualifications. California Commercial Drivers License A or B.

Prefer Livermore area resident.

Send resume to pnorton@instantneon.com.

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