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Old 01-15-2016, 09:47 AM   #16 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by jamesqf View Post
So how have professional bass fishermen (sorry, but my mind's boggling a little at the idea that there even is such a thing) get a start in the business? I'd suspect they don't send out resumes to bass companies :-)
One of the great things about the USA is that you can be a professional just about anything.

You could even be a professional hypermiler (there are at least a few such people in the world working for OEMs). The other way would be to teach fleet drivers, probably from a how to be 'green' angle. Possibly could reach private drivers with something like "I'll teach you to reduce your fuel bill by XX% or your money back".

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