Who are your most notable accounts?

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Probably nothing, but Mining Co in Reno is pretty notable in the mining and metallurgical industry. I clean regularly and hopefully start on their carpets soon.
 
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Mine is an old widow that I’ll meet on Friday. She was referred by a friend, the lawyer who handled my Mom and Dad’s “estate.” Her cat peed on the couch. She doesn’t know that every Friday January 12 is “donate a couch cleaning old wimminz” day.

She must just be lucky or something.
 
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FEMA, CDF Admin headquarters for Northern Ca, The Mayors Rentals, Guitar player for Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show, Shasta County CPS, Some very large assisted living facilities, and my wife.
 
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A few residents on Billion-ers row.
But they all move on, the first time I can't materialize three seconds after they whistled.

Other than that it must be John & Jane Doe and George Spelvin.
 
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Russ Terhaar
We've provided the janitorial service to a large Ethanol plant for almost 10 years. It was our first big account and we still continue to provide them service. I've mostly hired it out over the years but have personally done the work quite a bit too. I took it over last summer when my crew moved out of state. They had been with us for 4 years. I've been cleaning it twice a week for the last 6 months or so and have always rather enjoyed my time alone, listening to podcasts and music.

We've been through several management moves and difficulties at times but have managed to maintain a great relationship with them.

Mel is terrified of the place. It's LOUD and dark and the wind blows like crazy out there. It's behind a gate and we're supposed to be wearing a hard hat. There's several areas throughout the plant that need serviced. Some of it never closes.

But I've grown a fondness for the smell of ethanol over the years.
 
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Mike Pay-oh-tay
Probably nothing, but KCA Reno is pretty notable in the mining and metallurgical industry. I clean regularly and hopefully start on their carpets soon.
I’ll admit. I really like doing large commercial and really dirty vacant rentals. Makes me feel alive. Working around a $90k Steinway just stresses me out.

Try a 97 million dollar painting, wiggling from your Airpath..
 
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Working around a $90k Steinway just stresses me out.
did it.....and no i did NOT move the damn thing!

cleaned around Kennedys desk from the oval office when i cleaned for George Romney

and i cleaned for Marathon headquarters when it was in Ecorse mi

did i mention i did a partial job at the Edsel Ford Mansion as well.....sorry Hagopian..i THINK you kept that job tho!


OHH YA...there was that Hindu Temple...11000 square with red candle wax every six inches apart...ya we had to clean it in our socks in the middle of winter!

that was fun
 
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I used to clean for Victor and Victoria, they live in Santa Cruz too, two home in fact, one for the wife and one for the husband.. two identical twins daughter.. whole family is weird...they have a ton of expensive arts in house. I dusted them anyways with good ol fashioned swiffer duster.
 

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