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  1. G
    G says:

    Josh;

    I would like to talk with you about the Business Development position in San Diego.

    I currently work for an EPC and Manage Utility Scale and Gov. Sales. AS such I need to be very careful about confidentiality.

    When you have a chance can you please call my cell.

    Thanks

    G

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  2. Jason
    Jason says:

    Josh –

    I’m interested in learning more about the Bus Dev Exec position for Solar Company in San Diego.

    I’ve spent the last 9 months in the Atlanta area selling commercial solar and have been able to build a sales funnel in excess of $10 million. Due to State Tax Credit Allocations expiring in Georgia by mid-summer, I’m nearly out of runway with the majority of my deals that need these credits to stay alive. My history prior to entering the solar/ energy market included 8 years with T-Mobile as a Sr Bus Dev Manager where I called on Fortune 500 companies in the SouthEast region.

    I very much like the company that I work for, but they lack the resources to expand beyond the boarders of the State of Georgia. It appears that the Solar Energy Company that you represent doesn’t suffer this problem.

    I’d like to learn more, so let me know when you have a time to discuss.

    Regards,

    Jason

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  3. Dennis
    Dennis says:

    Dear Mr. Rae:

    I am extremely interested in this position. I have been involved with the commercial and military construction industry for 15 years, and have a personal relationship with almost every large Construction firm in the counties of San Diego, Orange, Imperial and the State of Hawaii. Just to name a few, DPR Construction, Turner, Clark, McCarthy, PCL, Hensel Phelps, Swinerton, Webcor, Ledcor, Harper, Burch, RQ, Straub etc. I have worked from the specification side with architects and engineers through to the customer service after installation.

    Please inform me where to submit my resume and references.

    Thank you,

    Dennis

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