Double bummer. <br><br>I had spoken to them not quite a year ago about creating some new ads for them. At the time, they had no money, so we agreed to talk in a year (I had offered to do the work on a contingency basis if money was still tight a year later). I would have been calling them end of next month. <br><br>
Well, it's all your fault then, Steve. Had you done those ads already, I'm sure they would have been generating 1000% sales volume increases. But alas...<br><br>Bummer about loosing the potential work. I don't think I've ever had a client who couldn't afford it at the time ever recover later.<br><br><pre>** sometimes you win, and sometimes you learn **</pre><p>
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