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  1. #14
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    I worked for National ICEE quite a few years ago I thought it was great!
    I started in Cleveland as a Service/Sales guy & in 2 years became a service specialist & they moved me to North Carolina.
    Lots of travel & a lot of fun. You pretty much set your own pace.
    If I were single, I'd do it again.

  2. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by moshmont View Post
    I worked for National ICEE quite a few years ago I thought it was great!
    I started in Cleveland as a Service/Sales guy & in 2 years became a service specialist & they moved me to North Carolina.
    Lots of travel & a lot of fun. You pretty much set your own pace.
    If I were single, I'd do it again.
    Thanks for input. why not if married? just curious.
    this is for a tech job.

  3. #16
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    Lots of times long hours (no overtime), I had a pretty large territory (Erie PA to Grand Rapids MI) so many times it required spending the night. Holidays are mandatory if your in an area of amusement parks.

  4. #17
    I am going to check them out I heard good reviews about them in the Montgomery AL Area.

  5. #18
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    Long hours, no o.t.????? Holidays, I dont care about besides Christmas because of the lil one, but that no o.t. thing is a dealbreaker.

  6. #19
    Oh my gosh I love the website Bluebook.com It has a list of companies everywhere it is like a candy store for a hvac Technician.

  7. #20
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    ICEE

    i worked with a guy here in Houston who used to work for ICEE, he said the work was okay, he work for them for 4.5 years. the compensation was not great he started off with little experience making $16/hr and 4.5 years later he was making $16.50/hr. i dont know if it was the company or it was him who was not so good, but the guy had a contractors license so i dont thing he was that bad.

  8. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by marshalmechanical View Post
    i worked with a guy here in Houston who used to work for ICEE, he said the work was okay, he work for them for 4.5 years. the compensation was not great he started off with little experience making $16/hr and 4.5 years later he was making $16.50/hr. i dont know if it was the company or it was him who was not so good, but the guy had a contractors license so i dont thing he was that bad.

    In TX, the ACR licenses have hit the 25,000 and over mark. Have a chimp take the test in sign language and I bet he passes it.

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