Schneider Chat Room version 2.0

Discussion in 'Schneider' started by mickeyrat, Jun 4, 2013.

  1. TennMan

    TennMan Road Train Member

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    I would think it's across the board, all drivers if it's true.

    He had the letter but hadn't called the attorney yet, said he was waiting til after the 1st. He said he was going to ask around more.
    And he was an IC
     
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  2. rickybobby

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    By law they have too show rate sheet.
     
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  3. TennMan

    TennMan Road Train Member

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    But Schneider logistics will provide a rate sheet that matches the choice board rates.
     
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  4. nightgunner

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    Edit to not get kicked off TTR.
     
  5. drvrtech77

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    They must have changed that or lying as usual...see they will allow tou to see it but there is a catch..you have to makw an appt with green bay to go and see the paperwork...that allows green bay to make a fake document in my opinion...
     
  6. PoleCrusher

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    Yeah you still have to go to GB to see it. I have only talked to one person who did so, and his contract was terminated a couple weeks later.

    I think they do that because they know almost nobody is going to go through with the hassle.
     
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  7. 48Packard

    48Packard Ol' Two-stop Shag!

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    43A9807E-0953-4524-BEB3-A66965BEF4F9.jpeg I completed my little “production pod” today. (I am now able to sit in my PP, but that’s a discussion for another day.)

    A year from now, I intend to be making a living doing voiceovers. 15 years of radio and a lot of encouragement from family and friends are urging me on. There isn’t a week that goes by without someone asking me if I was ever in radio.

    The following 12 months will allow me to re-hone my skills, make some demos, pursue some coaching, and perhaps get a foot in the door with some small projects. I’ll be 58 by years end, and it’s a little daunting. But this year will also allow my wife and I to clean up the last bit of debt we have, thereby making my transition a little easier.

    So at least for me, leasing makes sense. I may be one of the few, but that’s ok. My shoes probably don’t fit many folks anyway.
     
  8. Opus

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    Looks sweet. I was a DJ at one time in my life as well. Find an agency and maybe start out doing doughnuts and maybe it will build from there. You got the pipes for ID's and such?
     
  9. 48Packard

    48Packard Ol' Two-stop Shag!

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    Some say I do. I don’t have the classic booming basso profundo voice, but serviceable I guess!
     
  10. rickybobby

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    Have you requested to see rate sheet? I don't know anyone who has.
     
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