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How to use Bandit Signs to get Good Leads – Chris Rood

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Chris Rood, host of “Into The Hustle,”  gives out tips on business, entrepreneurship, self development, and mostly on real estate.

You don’t always have to put your bandit signs up at busy intersections where they can get pulled down fast. Here’s a quick tip on where to put your bandit signs to get good qualified leads.

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