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I work in a office in Southern Oregon. There are 15 rural routes and about 25 city routes. Area is growing. Some regulars are looking to retire this year.
 
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where are you at in Oregon? I know someone in NC
 
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My office is in Grants Pass
 
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I'm in Austin TX, and I'd seriously consider a multiple way transfer if it could work to get me to the Grants Pass area. Send me an email at Joseph_jm@hotmail.com if interested.
 
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Would you be interested in Odessa Florida? My number is 940-841-4779
Email is jennoakley@yahoo.com
 
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Any interest in Largo Florida? 10 minutes away from Clearwater Beach, all routes are J's and K's, all have LLV'S.
Hippiechik1967@yahoo.com
 
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Im in Lake Havasu Az...I am interested in Largo Fla that is close the Beach. I've done 3 mutual transfers since 2005 to present...So, I am serious in going somewhere close by the Ocean/Beach...whether it be in Fla, Tx, Wa...as my family really wants us to be closer to the Ocean this time
 
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BBeck if Kimmy would be interested in Oregon and you'd be willing to come to NC we could probably do a 4 way. I am less than 2 hours from most beaches in Nc.
 
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