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Sales Position Opening!!


 

 
 

Sales Position Opening!!

 

 

Results Radio has an opening in our Sales Department.  Your duties will include calling on business owners for the purpose of selling advertising and marketing solutions for their businesses.  Must be people-oriented and enjoy working with many types of personalities.  Previous outside sales, marketing, advertising or broadcast experience is preferred.  Monthly, Quarterly and Yearly bonus incentives as well as health insurance and company 401K included.

 

 

Are you the person we are looking for?

 

 

Email cover letter and resume to Mike Thompson at miket.resultsradio@sbcglobal.net

or fax to (573) 364-5161

 

 

 

RESULTS RADIO IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

 

 

 

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If you plan to dig, make the call


If you plan to dig, make the call

 

If you plan to dig, take time to make a simple call, a call that could save you aggravation and money.

 

Public Service Commission Chairman Robert Clayton says Missourians need to remember to call 1-800-DIG-RITE before digging in the yard for that household project.  “Otherwise, they risk cutting into a gas line, a telephone line, perhaps an electric service line,” according to Clayton. “And when that happens, there’s a big chance of danger, there’s also a likely chance of inconvenience. Maybe you’ll cut a cable line or a telephone line. So, we’re trying to get the word out that people need to call. It’s free. They’ll come out and mark the lines and then you can avoid those places underground where there are utility lines.”

 

A national line has also been established. It’s 8-1-1.

 

Clayton says the call is quick and easy.  “Basically, you call up the line. They will ask for an address. You say, ‘I need the utility lines marked, because I’m going to be digging underground.’ And within a week, you’ll have several people coming out. They’ll mark each of the lines with different colors of paint that will go away after it rains,” Clayton explains. “Then you can dig safely in your yard and plant your shrubs or put in a fence or whatever you need to do.”

 

Missouri law requires a homeowner to notify utilities about any excavation project. Many utility lines, including natural gas pipelines, are buried underground.

 

 

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