Forum Title: Feast Or Famine? (points giveaway)
Quote: Marketing is the key to growing your painting business, but sometimes everything works and you?re stuck with more jobs than you can handle. When you somehow get through those jobs, there?s nothing left for a week or more. That?s the feast or famine life of a painting contractor. Smoothing Out the Financial Highs and Lows of Paint Contracting Feast or famine? How do you keep your fiances balanced between the highs and lows? What financial tips would you offer painters new in the business?The morning of October 22nd we will do a random drawing of the members participating in this thread to give away 5,000 reward points. You can use these points to order from our rewards program or you can donate the points to Hope. The choice is yours. Added Note: Responses to this thread should be limited to entering the giveaway by responding to the posted question.
Category: Painter Post By: GENE NUNEZ (Rogers, AR), 07/04/2019

We've been in feast mode for a couple years now which is great but if not managed properly you can become complacent and bloated. My advice is to keep a good three months operating capital on hand at all times to get you through the inevitable famine and to keep overhead as low as possible. Eat like a bird and poop like a rhino. Sent from my LG-H810 using Tapatalk

- LORI BENNETT (Deerfield Beach, FL), 08/26/2019

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