San Diego is known for its funnel cakes and its beautiful people and its booming (say it with me now) booming Construction Industry.
San Diego needs you to get your Contractors License For Five Reason.
Reason 1 – You’re eating too much funnel cake.
If you get your Contractors license (which by the way the main thing you need to get it is four years of experience in your trade) — you’ll have a lot of work to do and you’ll be the boss and being the boss causes pressure and pressure burns calories.
And burning calories causes weight loss.
And weight loss causes you to go back to the street vendor in Coronado and buy more funnel cake.
Reason 2 – There is too much work.
And not enough workers.
This is simple and easy to understand.
People will always need construction, even when the economy goes bad, as it sometimes does.
People will always need painters, plumbers, electricians, and even ditch-diggers.
If you like digging ditches (and also ditching ditches) then our Contractor Courses are for you.
Reason 3 – We have courses.
And maybe even some horses.
We have a school right there — smack dab in the middle of Chula Vista — and you can attend it if you’d like.
Too far away from you?
Okay, San Diego person.
Keep it classy.
Check it out.
Or flip a coin and make all of your decisions based on chance.
Or take a risk and jump in.
You can be naked if you like.
(Mark Twain once said: Clothes make the man. Naked people have little to no influence on society.’)
Things are getting weird.
Then again you’re from San Diego.
Reason 4 – Your wife (or husband) will think you’re sexy for getting your license.
And may even buy you ice cream.
And that’s why San Diego needs you to get your Contractors License.
Reason 5 – CITIES and WIKIPEDIA and CONTRACTOR LICENSE
This is a list of cities and stuff that has to do with San Diego and I’m going to put it right here for no reason whatsoever: it’s actually a quote from Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Diego) and it goes like this:
The City of San Diego recognizes 52 individual areas as Community Planning Areas. Within a given planning area there may be several distinct neighborhoods. Altogether the city contains more than 100 identified neighborhoods.
Downtown San Diego is located on San Diego Bay. Balboa Park encompasses several mesas and canyons to the northeast, surrounded by older, dense urban communities including Hillcrest and North Park. To the east and southeast lie City Heights, the College Area, and Southeast San Diego. To the north lies Mission Valley and Interstate 8. The communities north of the valley and freeway, and south of Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, include Clairemont, Kearny Mesa, Tierrasanta, and Navajo. Stretching north from Miramar are the northern suburbs of Mira Mesa, Scripps Ranch, Rancho Peñasquitos, and Rancho Bernardo. The far northeast portion of the city encompasses Lake Hodges and the San Pasqual Valley, which holds an agricultural preserve. Carmel Valley and Del Mar Heights occupy the northwest corner of the city. To their south are Torrey Pines State Reserve and the business center of the Golden Triangle. Further south are the beach and coastal communities of La Jolla, Pacific Beach, Mission Beach, and Ocean Beach. Point Loma occupies the peninsula across San Diego Bay from downtown. The communities of South San Diego (an Exclave), such as San Ysidro and Otay Mesa, are located next to the Mexico–United States border, and are physically separated from the rest of the city by the cities of National City and Chula Vista. A narrow strip of land at the bottom of San Diego Bay connects these southern neighborhoods with the rest of the city.[10
ENCORE: San Diego has an incredible climate.
One of the best, truly.
And those are five reasons why San Diego needs you, young person (or old or medium age) to get your Contractors License.
Your destiny awaits you.
And it’s sunny all year around.
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