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Commercial Testimonials

 

"Roman did a very nice job" 

Dan Wargolet, J.P Cullen Project Manager

 

"Roman did a nice job for us and the owner."
"They're just amazing."

Ross Eggert, C.G. Schmidt Project Manager
Sr. Edna Lonergan, St. Ann President and CEO

 

"Roman did a great job" "They always do a good job"
"Should provide a 48% energy reduction"

John Lenz, FCL Builders Project Manager

Chad Braaksma, Uline Construction Project Manager

Mike McConnell, Uline Director of Technical Services

 

"Worked with us to reduce cost"

Randy Hernandez

Kenall Executive Vice President, Operations

 

"Just a pleasure to work with" "Roman was outstanding"

John Biggart, Clayco Project Superintendent

Andrew Christoff, Clayco Project Manager

 

"Very Good Job" "Roman Was Great" "Strong Story for Roman"

Mortenson Sr. Superintendent Doug Hill
Sealed Air YMCA CEO Jeff Collen

Weas Group President Scott Weas

 

"Roman's Value Engineering Was Critical"

Bryce Unger, C.G. Schmidt Project Manager

 

"Patient and Highly Skilled"

Jason Shaver, ATC System Operations Project Manager

 

"Great Job"

Dave Riley, President of Riley Construction

 

"Good at Tough Jobs"

Craig Rambo, Marcus Corporate Director of Engineering

 

"Impeccable Attention to Detail" "Great Job" "Fantastic"

Robert Ornst Jr., President of Selzer-Ornst
Mark Lemke, The PrivateBank Managing Director
Sheldon Oppermann, Compass Properties Regional Manager

 

"Fantastic Job" "Excellent Job"

Scott Weas, a Weas Development Co. Partner
Dave Rhoda, Project Manager, KBS Construction

 

"Excellent Job"

Mark Lillesand, C. G. Schmidt Project Manager

 

"Super Job"

Mike Texley, Site Superintendent for general contractor M.A. Mortenson Co.

 

"Total Commitment"

Barry Mandel, President of Mandel Group

 

"Just A Prince"

Burt Cohen, Owner of Downtown Courtyard by Marriott

 

"Read Each Other's Minds"

Pat McAdams, Pick 'N Save Owner

 

"Excellent Quality"

John Gardetto, President of Gardetto Bakery

 

"Ideal Contractor"

Wallace Vance, Embassy Suites Hotel Project Manager

 

"Very Good Service"

Fran Brzezinski, Trammell Crow Partner

 

 

"Roman did a very nice job"

 

The new Milwaukee Intermodal Station is a bright, beautiful, long-needed renovation of an important gateway to the city. The $22 million, 18 month long project offers a rebuilt concourse for passengers and freight to and from Chicago, Minneapolis and other cities along Amtrak’s Hiawatha and Empire Builder lines.

 

J.P. Cullen & Sons was the general contractor on the job. Roman Electric Co., Inc. installed the electrical systems and lighting. President Phil Rose served as Project Manager. Improvements added included a truss roof with skylights, a mezzanine spanning all five of the station’s tracks, three raised boarding platforms, a renovated passenger tunnel, new stairs and escalators, elevators, ventilation systems, lighting and signage, and a state-of-the-art sound system.

 

 

Dan Wargolet, J.P. Cullen Project Manager, said, “Roman did a good job. They were as flexible with the schedule as they had to be. Their foreman, Mike Wileman, has worked with us before and did really well on this job. He was good at keeping abreast of issues and changes, figuring how activities were going to be phased, determining which items could be worked on now and which had to installed now for connection at a future phase. Everything was laid out, coordinated and connected so everything worked. Roman did a very nice job for us.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"Roman did a nice job for us and the owner."
"They're just amazing."

 

St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care has opened a new facility, it’s second, at 2450 W. North Ave. Called the Bucyrus Campus, the two-story, 80,000 sq. ft. building presently has just shell space on the second floor. The impressive facility will cost an estimated $21 million when completed.

 

The Bucyrus Center will replicate the intergenerational care St. Ann provides at its primary facility, 2801 E. Morgan Ave, which opened in 1983. It provides child care and adult day care services that have drawn national attention. The Bucycus Center began with a staff of 45 people but could eventually bring 200 jobs to the neighborhood. C. G. Schmidt was the general contractor on the job. Phil Lloyd was Superintendent and Ross Eggert served as Project Manager. Roman Electric Co. Inc. handled all the electrical work. Mike Wollner was the lead electrician.

 

Ross Eggert said, “Roman did a nice job for us and the owner. Their relationship with St. Ann helped move along some of the options in early construction. Roman did a good job of meeting with the owner and showing them what could be done to reduce some costs, maintain good light levels, and still meet the budget.”

 

Sr. Edna Lonergan, St. Ann President and CEO, said, “Roman’s President Phil Rose taught me that to beautify a building, it’s all in the lighting, and he’s so right. I paid careful attention to the type of lighting we put in so it would meet the requirements of people from small children to frail seniors. Roman went with it all. They’re so good.

 

“They knew what to do and went the undemanded mile. They’re just amazing. I always get bids but end up with Roman because no one can beat their quality. And I can call Phil Rose and he will return my call. That’s pretty good for a big company. He’s a great guy to work with.”

 

 

 

"Roman did a great job" "They always do a good job"
"Should provide a 48% energy reduction"

 

The bright, clean plant features LED high bay light fixtures, skylights, and sophisticated lighting controls.Uline is substantially expanding its Pleasant Prairie complex with the new W6 warehouse building, a 520,692 sq. ft. facility comparable to the W1 building that began the process in 2008. Uline, a family-owned business, is the leading distributor of shipping boxes, packaging materials and mailing supplies in North America.

 

Centerpoint Properties was the developer, FCL Builders was the general contractor and Roman Electric was the electrical contractor. As with all Uline buildings, the W6 offers state-of-the-art cleanliness and lighting.

 

Roman installed a 2500amp service, 1,222 Cree high bay interior LED light fixtures, a 72 KW generator for emergency power, and 87 building- and pole-mounted LED exterior light fixtures.

 

The well-lighted Uline plant has 1,222 Cree high bay LED fixtures.This is the first time Uline has used total LED lighting. The precast concrete building also features 38 battery chargers for the electric forklift trucks, and 95 dock doors with dock restraints and lights.

 

John Lass, Vice President, Development of Centerpoint Properties, said Uline leases the space and the building from them. He said Uline invested substantially to upgrade to LED lighting and doorlocks. “Roman did a nice job,” John said. “They’re a good electrical contractor, do quality work, and pay a lot of attention to detail. I know Uline was happy with their product.”

 

John Lenz, FCL Builders Project Manager, said, “Roman did a great job. No issues at all. They do what they need to do and get it done.”

 

A view of just 26 of the 95 dock doors, each featuring interior dock  restraints and lights.Chad Braaksma, Uline Construction Project Manager, said they had a very tight schedule after the utility turned on power to the building. “Roman worked two long weeks then to make sure we finished on time and met our occupancy date. Trucks were rolling in the next morning with product. Roman did very good on the job. They always do a good job for us.”

 

Mike McConnell, Uline Director of Technical Services, said, “This is the first time we’ve installed an all LED project. The LED fixtures should provide Uline with a 48% energy reduction and we get nearly the same amount of light. We are excited about the benefits of the new LED lights and can’t wait to see our energy bills!”

 

 

 

"Worked with us to reduce cost"

 

Kenall Manufacturing has a new 354,000 sq. ft. building at 10200 55th St. in Kenosha. The company designs and manufactures high quality, specialty light fixtures for industrial and commercial applications. It now has much more size and efficiency.  

 

Alston Construction was general contractor on the new building. Roman Electric handled all the electrical work. Jason K. Auer was LEED AP Project Director for Alston. Phil Rose, Roman President, served as Project Manager on the job.

 

Roman had to design and layout all the buss ducts, the feeders for the manufacturing machinery, and install two 3,000 amp services.

 


Randy Hernandez, Kenall Executive Vice President, Operations, was very pleased with the electrical work. “Roman did a very good job,’ he said. “Their people were on site as needed and always worked with us to reduce cost wherever possible. They were flexible in handling any change orders and kept everything close to budget.”



Phil Rose said the plant is a great example of how quickly LED lighting is taking over the industry, in both manufacturing and installation. 

Randy Hernandez agreed. He said, “As recently as five years ago not much was LED but now the majority of demand in the industry is for LED configurations."

 

 

 

 


"Just a pleasure to work with" "Roman was outstanding"

  

Amazon.Com Inc. recently completed a huge new distribution center in Kenosha just east of I-94 about 30 miles south of downtown Milwaukee. The Center is composed of two buildings with over 1,700,000 sq. ft. of space and an assessed value of $170 million.

 

Clayco, general contractor on the Center, completed the 519,000 sq. ft. Sortation Building first. Roman Electric was the electrical contractor on the Sortation job. Phil Rose, Roman President, managed the project.

 

Phil said Roman had a crew of up to 30 electricians working seven day, 60 hour weeks, to keep up with the aggressive schedule. Roman suppliers were on board to rapidly get materials to the job site. Then Roman used its prefabrication capabilities to manufacture systems and assemblies in the shop and quickly ship them to the job for installation.

 

Roman powered the new building with three 3,000 amp services and lighted it with 600 high bay energy-efficient fluorescent fixtures. The 40 ft. high one story building is completely air conditioned with 24 20-ton AC units on the roof. Site lighting is provided by over 100 metal halide fixtures.

 

The vast interior of the building has no racks, just mechanized conveyors leading to 105 hydraulic docks around the perimeter of the building. Products are delivered to the other larger warehouse building where they’re sorted and stored. As orders come in, products are picked from the shelves in the larger building and sent to the sortation building. There they are packaged with other parts of the order and sent to a specific dock where the shipper can pick up orders going to a specific location.

 

John Biggart, Clayco Project Superintendent, said, “It was a very aggressive schedule. Roman really stepped up to the plate on the Sortation Building and got it done. It wasn’t an easy task in the amount of time they had. They were professional throughout. All their field guys and their office. They jumped through some big hoops to get the job done on time and get Amazon into their building.

 

“We and Roman worked seven days a week, 12 hours per day. Their quality was wonderful. They’re a very safety conscious company. No problems at all. Just a pleasure to work with them. Phil Rose was the project manager, Scott Hobus was onsite superintendent, foremen were Rod Peasley and Brian Pollack. We’d definitely use them again.”

 

Andrew Christoff, Clayco project manager, had similar feelings. “Roman was outstanding! I couldn’t have asked for a better contractor. They had a humongous task
in front of them, they worked with an aggressive owner,
and we’re an aggressive contractor.

 

“They loaded up the manpower that was necessary and met some really aggressive timelines. They overcame a lot of challenges that were not their fault and took the initiative to come up with solutions on how to get things fixed. They were great. I would use them again in a heartbeat.”


"Very Good Job" "Roman Was Great" "Strong Story for Roman"

 

The $14 million state-of-the-art Sealed Air YMCA in Racine (8501 Campus Dr. in Mount Pleasant) is a family fitness center with an array of impressive amenities. Its enormous, eye-popping indoor aquatic center features two pools, a large water slide, a lazy river and a splash play area for young children.


Mortenson Construction was the general contractor on the job, Weas Group was owner’s representative, and Roman Electric Co, Inc. was the electrical contractor. Roman TechNet installed telephone and data cable networks, CCTV cameras and day care safety systems.


The building features LEED approved, highly efficient lighting, much of it from LED fixtures. The water park includes lighting from a linear LED fixture modified to provide indirect lighting – the first such use.


Basketball courts are lighted with high bay LED fixtures. Site lighting is provided by multi-level LED fixtures adjustable for day and night conditions. The day care entrance is lighted with LED tape that can change colors, strobe, and fade in and out. High efficiency fluorescents light areas without LED lamps.


Doug Hill, Mortenson Sr. Superintendent, said, “Roman was a good company to work with. They did a very good job. They had an excellent foreman and a very good journeyman electrician on the job with me.”


Sealed Air YMCA CEO Jeff Collen said, “Our new Sealed Air Branch is really nice. It was a good experience working with the contractors. Roman was great. They were really thorough and took the time to make sure everything was right. Plus we could joke around with them. We developed a great relationship.”


Weas Group President Scott Weas said one issue on the project was the extensive use of LED lighting. “Cree Lighting donated the fixtures and were pushing their technological envelope for use on a project like ours,” he said. “That put Roman in the middle of a struggle between new technology, new fixtures, time consuming adaptations and the impact on project timing/development.


“Roman used their technical expertise to help us overcome the challenges of fitting new technology to a new application, and helped us with a unique supplier relationship because the supplier was donating the fixtures.


“For Roman, Gabe Rose - our Project Manager, and then Phil Rose as company President, stepped in and did a really nice job in a difficult situation.


“In the end, our business expectations were met and it was a great installation of new technology. The LED fixtures are operating fine and meeting all the specs Cree said they would. It’s a strong story for Roman and we were happy to have them at our side.”


"Roman's Value Engineering Was Critical"


The new Clock Shadow Building is a unique $7 million commercial structure at 130 W. Bruce St., in the shadow of the Allen Bradley clock, in Historic Walker’s Point. The four-story building has offices on three floors and two unusual retailers on the first floor: A cheese factory and an ice cream producer.


C.G. Schmidt was the general contractor. Continuum Architects + Planners designed the building. Roman Electric Co., Inc. was the electrical contractor.


The building features a green roof for human activity and food production. Storm water is captured to irrigate rooftop food production. Rainwater and building water discharge are re-circulated to feed internal water demand. A geothermal system provides heating and cooling.


Bryce Unger, C.G. Schmidt Project Manager, discussing the job’s challenges, said, “Roman’s value engineering was critical. Without Roman the job wouldn’t have moved forward. Getting the electrical component within budget was a real challenge. Roman VP Gabe Rose’s lighting revisions were a major help.


“These jobs are always tough when working within a tight budget perspective yet trying to maximize value. That was one of the things Roman helped the owners do, pick the most affordable and energy saving light fixtures. Roman did a good job.”

 


Roman replaced ATC's main service switchgear and UPS transfer switch with minimal downtime."Patient and Highly Skilled"


American Transmission Co. (ATC) needed to modernize the Uninterruptible Power Supply supporting its data systems. So it hired Roman Electric to install two new UPS systems for redundant standby power.


Jason Shaver, ATC system operations project manager, said Roman did ample pre-planning with ATC to successfully manage and limit the number and length of power outages during installation. Roman also performed a detailed arc flash analysis coordination study to insure system reliability and safety.


"What Roman achieved was quite remarkable," Shaver said. "Roman's approach was most suitable to what we wanted to do." He said much of Roman's work had to be done late in the evening when there was less activity on their system if an outage was required. Then the facilities would have to be quickly re-energized.


Roman replaced ATC's older UPS equipment with two new identical UPS systems which facilitate power transfers. When one is activated, power is transferred to the ATC system in milliseconds so the switch is not even noticeable.


"Roman was very patient and highly skilled," Shaver said. "We're extremely happy with the work they did for us. With multiple generators and two new UPS systems, we now have a very impressive, very redundant electrical system with a higher level of reliability."

 


The well-designed lighting system is expected to reduce energy usage by 60% and save up to $90,000 per year."Great Job"


JohnsonDiversey's meticulously planned new 550,000 sq. ft. distribution center in Sturtevant is a highly energy-efficient, LEED certified building. General contractor on the challenging project was Riley Construction. Roman Electric was design/build contractor for the electrical systems, a $1,700,000 job.


Dave Riley, president of Riley Construction, was very impressed with Roman's work. "Roman's very easy to work with and they're a great team player," he said. "We were really pleased with the leadership of both their office and field people. Phil Rose was the project manager and made things happen. Kevin Schlax was an exceptional foreman for Roman. It was just a great job from Roman's standpoint!"

 


The extensively renovated Intercontinental Milwaukee Hotel features 220 luxurious guest rooms and upscale meeting areas, bars and restaurants."Good at tough jobs"


With a major refurbishment, Marcus Corporation converted the Wyndham Milwaukee Center into the posh Intercontinental Milwaukee Hotel, a luxurious 220 room hotel downtown. Marcus hired Roman Electric to handle power and lighting, a $500,000 job.


Craig Rambo, Marcus corporate director of engineering, said Roman's work was challenging. "We asked the impossible for scheduling, which is what Roman usually gets handed," he said. "They handled it very well. They always do. That's why we do business with them because they're good at dealing with the tough jobs we throw at them! They do good work."

 


The PrivateBank's impressive lobby combines original marble with reconditioned features and period design lighting - with compact fluorescent lamps - to maintain the historical look."Impeccable Attention to Detail" "Great Job" "Fantastic"


Robert Ornst Jr., President of Selzer Ornst.The old First National Bank Building, constructed in 1915, has been converted into an opulent new jewel, The PrivateBank at 743 N. Water St. Building owner and manager Compass Properties LLC completely rebuilt the building's first floor for the bank. The general contractor was Selzer-Ornst Co. Roman Electric handled the electrical work.


Mark Lemke, Managing Director of PrivateBank. "The beauty, detail and high quality finishes were unusual for a bank," said Robert Ornst Jr., president of Selzer-Ornst. "Roman really did a nice job helping us achieve that impressive look. Their lead electrician Erich Eirschele was very, very good and had the impeccable attention to detail we needed."


Mark Lemke, managing director of The PrivateBank, also liked Roman's work. "Gabe Rose and his people really did a great job," he said. "Their lead electrician Erich proved to be skilled, knowledgeable and experienced. He's good. Roman delivered."


Sheldon Oppermann, Compass Properties Regional Manager.Sheldon Oppermann, regional manager for Compass Properties, said they had a window of about 60 days to build 18,000 sq. ft. of upper level office space for tenants prior to building out the bank. He said, "Roman was instrumental in getting that accomplished.


"Retrofitting existing buildings is extremely difficult. There's always unknown conditions and Roman responded to each challenge every time we ran into one. Roman's guys are fantastic. They're a great example of a contractor who belongs in commercial construction."

 


With creative demolition, the Kenilworth building was converted into two buildings separated by a walkway, patio, green space and natural lighting."Fantastic Job" "Excellent Job"

With the creative investment of $68 million, the moribund Kenilworth Building has been transformed into UWM housing and art studios, revitalizing the area. The huge structure, one of the largest buildings on the east side, covers an entire city block from Prospect Ave. to Farwell Ave. at Kenilworth Place.


The original conjoined buildings, constructed in 1914 and 1943, were rebuilt into two facilities, each with 250,000 sq. ft. of space: Kenilworth Square Apartments on Farwell Ave. and Peck School of the Arts on Prospect Ave


Weas Development Co. developed the complex project for the UW system and the Redevelopment Authority of the City of Milwaukee. RACM is the owner from whom UWM leases the buildings. KBS Construction was the general contractor. Roman Electric was the design/build electrical and voice/data/security cabling contractor.


Scott Weas, a Weas Development Co. Partner.Scott Weas, one of the developer's partners, said, "The job was unusual in many ways, both in the public/private development structure for the UW System, and the architectural solution implemented. We cut a huge monolithic building in half to construct two attractive buildings. And we did it all in a short time frame to make the housing available for UWM's fall semester. Our team certainly exceeded all of our expectations."


Weas was pleased with Roman's work. "Roman Electric did a fantastic job," he said. "We put a lot of trust into a contractor under a design/build model. We get married early and if they can't deliver we're kind of stuck. Roman performed from beginning design, early budgeting and preconstruction services through managing and designing the overall project.


"Too often what we hear from our partners is, 'we've got a problem, how are you going to solve it?' Roman would say 'here's the problem, here are your available solutions, help us choose the best option.' They did very well at meeting overall performance specs and quality standards." Roman project managers were Bob Czajka and Greg Blaney.


KBS Construction project manager Dave Rhoda said the project was a difficult job requiring structural demolition to separate the existing building into two, then design and construct each to fit its respective function.


"Roman did an excellent job," he said. "The buildings were designed with unique exposed features including conduit, bus duct and cable trays. Roman did a great job working with the architect to make all the exposed fixtures and infrastructure fit esthetically. I can't say enough about the work of president Phil Rose and foremen Kevin Schlax and Dave Broz."

 


The 875 E. Wisconsin building includes 400,000 sq. ft. of office space and parking."Excellent Job"


The eight story 875 E. Wisconsin Building has 200,000 sq ft of office space with a three level, 200,000 sq ft parking structure below. General contractor was C.G. Schmidt. Roman Electric was the electrical contractor, and assisted with design.


Mark Lillesand, project manager for C. G. Schmidt, was very pleased with Roman's work. "Roman was brought in on the job early so they were an integral partner in the whole process," Mark said. "Phil Rose managed the job for Roman and Tony Foti was their foreman. They both did an excellent job.


Mark Lillesand, C. G. Schmidt Project Manager. "Tony is one of the best electrical foremen there is. He was requested by our superintendent, Tom Pagel, who's worked with Tony before and has a good relationship with him. We were fortunate Tony was available. He offered a lot of foresight, made suggestions for changes or improvements, which was great to have, and he met our schedule.


"The job was an extremely difficult project. Construction took place on a very small site so we had extremely tight working constraints. Roman and the material suppliers had to schedule in detail because there were limited windows for them to bring materials to the building. We didn't have the usual spacious field office and job trailers.


"Roman's work is one reason why things went right and we got the job done on time. I was very impressed with Roman's work on this project and look forward to doing the next project with them."

 


ATC, a new company, built a 58,000 sq. ft. facility in Pewaukee. The unique, highly redundant power network designed and installed by Roman Electric is 99.9% reliable. Mike Texley, Site Superintendent for general contractor M.A. Mortenson Co. was very impressed with Roman's work."Super Job"


American Transmission Co built a two-story, 58,000 sq. ft. facility at Ridgeview Office Center II on Highway J near I-94 in Pewaukee. Roman Electric handled design/build of the electrical system.


Mike Texley, site superintendent for general contractor M.A. Mortenson Co., was very impressed with Roman's work. "Roman's people did a super job," he said. "I really appreciated their hard work and dedication. Roman's foreman Sam Kozaczok, project manager Barry Dickenson and design engineer Phil Rose were very cooperative, excellent at coordinating activities and got all the elements in place as needed.


The electrical inspector said we were lucky to have an electrical foreman like Sam because of his intelligence, knowledge and desire to get things done right."

 


"Total Commitment"

Barry Mandel, whose Mandel Group has developed hundreds of high quality apartments, had this to say about Roman Electric's work on his elegant 109 unit Lake Bluff apartment complex overlooking the lake near downtown Milwaukee. "Roman Electric not only does excellent work, but they also recongize that customer service is an important component in a total commitment to do a professional job."

 

 

 

 

 

 


"Just A Prince!"

Burt Cohen, owner of the new 169 room Courtyard by Marriott in Downtown Milwaukee was very happy with Roman's design/build work. "Phil Rose, who served as Roman's project manager and designer on the job, was very professional and easy to work with," he said. "And Roman foreman Kevin Schlax was just a prince! His crew knew what needed to be done and did it. I'd never hesitate to use Roman on another job."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


"Read Each Other's Minds"

Pat McAdams, owner of several Pick 'N Save grocery stores, likes working with Roman Electric. "This is the third time I've worked with Roman," he said about his 61,000 sq. ft. store under construction in Wales. "We can almost read each other's minds now. Roman does a great job. When we finish this store we'll build another Pick 'N Save in Sussex with help again from Roman."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


"Excellent Quality"

At Gardetto Bakery, the company that grew from a small family-owned bakery to a large producer of popular snack foods, president John Gardetto likes working with Roman Electric. "Roman handles all our electrical work," he said. "We feel real comfortable with them. The quality of their workmanship and service is excellent, and their prices are fair. What more can you ask?"

 

 

 

 

 

 


"Ideal Contractor"

Describing the rush to finish the Embassy Suites Hotel on Moorland Rd. at I-94, hotel project manager Wallace Vance said, "Roman's people were here almost around the clock at the end. They're super people and impeccably honest. They handled change orders without a complaint and at reasonable cost. They literally saved us thousands of dollars finding better ways to do or redo things. It was a delightful experience working with them. I've never had a contractor as ideal to work with as Roman Electric."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


"Very Good Service"

Roman Electric has wired and maintained a number of buildings for developer Trammel Crow Company. Talking about his experiences working with Roman, Fran Brzezinski, then a Trammel Crow partner, said, "The same thing we think we provide our clients, Roman Electric provides us…service. We expect contractors to work hard on the main structure of a new building. But it's often difficult to get good, quick service for tenants. That's where a contractor earns his stripes. Gerv Rose, Roman's president, served as project manager on several jobs. He's good on the base building price and service. But he's also very good on tenant service. Plus I like the guy. And you need to enjoy people you do business with."

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