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Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Harry is Handy

fromSasha Kaun <>
dateTue, Mar 2, 2010 at 5:36 PM
subjectHarry is Handy

Hello Ms. Waller,

I am writing this for information about starting a new business in Madison. I was recently laid off and am thinking about starting my own junk removal company. The name of my business is Harry is Handy. I want people to know how Handy we are. It is named after my son, Harry, who was named after Prince Harry. I hope my son will one day aspire to be the Prince of Whales. Although with the recent Sea World death, perhaps he should aspire to be the Prince of Dolphins. However, I digress. My business will specialize in removing stuff you don't want/need. Harry's Handy will do this for you. Our motto will be "Harry's Handy: Give me your junk". Sometimes, people are just too busy or lazy to handle their own junk so we will do it for them. I guarantee our service will be excellent. We will provide customers with the best Handy job any company can provide. We will have a full-money guarantee if you are not satisfied. Our contacts will include the sentence "if you are not satisfied with the service you got from Harry's Handy, you get all your money back guaranteed!" If we cannot please the customer, we are not doing our job. I hope that all our customers say we did the Best Job possible.

Please let me know if you still have any questions regarding my possible business. I will not have any need for a brick and mortar building so what permits/applications will I need to start operating.

I look forward to hearing from you,


fromLouann Waller
toSasha Kaun
dateWed, Mar 3, 2010 at 6:28 AM
subjectRE: Harry is Handy

Good Morning Sasha,

One question that first comes to mind – what do you plan to do with the junk – storage? Also, business signage? I will check with the City Clerk to see if you would be required for any permits – I’ll let you know.




fromSasha Kaun <>
toLouann Waller
dateWed, Mar 3, 2010 at 8:19 AM
subjectRe: Harry is Handy


Thank you for your quick response. My original idea was to take the trash to a landfill with the customer paying the fee. I want to reiterate, I will not by playing around with their junk. This is strictly business. I am a professional. However, I did play collegiate basketball at Kansas so if they don't mind me messing around with their balls, I probably will. I might let the customer challenge me to a game of HORSE for $15 off their fee. I am really good and can really stroke it from deep.

Let me know what the City Clerk says. Again, Harry's Handy will just be me, a couple of hired employees, and my truck providing the best Handy jobs Madison has ever seen. No building needed!
Thanks and I look forward to hearing back from you.


fromLouann Waller
toSasha Kaun <>,
Dave Adams
dateThu, Mar 4, 2010 at 2:14 PM
subjectRE: Harry is Handy

I have checked with our City Clerk, Dave Adams, who tells me as long as you don’t go door to door advertising you will not require a city permit. However, he would appreciate you letting us know if/when you start your business and contact information.

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