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The Price of the Sign Isn’t Whatever You Feel Like Paying

Some of my clients can be rather wishful thinkers.

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Things you wanted to say to frustrating clients, but didn’t.

“Here’s what I want to pay for …”

To customers who tell me what they want to pay for a particular sign or service. I always want to tell them that I can’t go to the gas station and tell the cashier what I want to pay for a gallon of gas.

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