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    Default My new company

    Thought you guys might be interested in taking a look at my new startup:

    www.thetanktiger.com

    Would love to hear your thoughts!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrmarket View Post
    Thought you guys might be interested in taking a look at my new startup:

    www.thetanktiger.com

    Would love to hear your thoughts!
    Excellent. Excellent! In your biography you might refer to yourself as Mr. Barsamian rather than by just your first or last name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louetta View Post
    Excellent. Excellent! In your biography you might refer to yourself as Mr. Barsamian rather than by just your first or last name.
    Thanks Louetta....it's a good suggestion, but we're just not that formal in the oil biz. I will take it under advisement, however. Glad you like the business model. I'll let you guys in on the IPO. How's that?
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    Mr.Market, I don't understand the business but am behind you 100%. You've never let us down.

    ---------------billy

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    Hi Ernie,

    You have a long and successful history in the terminaling business so you know the details well. I found this article entitled
    Is the U.S. Running Out of Crude Oil Storage? I believe that this may help you in your excess capacity business. Best wishes.

    http://www.energytrendsinsider.com/2...e-oil-storage/

    Tim - Retired Problem Solver

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    I really like the name (Tank Tiger).

    I have no idea what I am talking about with this, but all I hear lately is about the overabundance of oil and how there is an oversupply and that continues to drop the prices.
    If that is accurate are there really a significant number of facilities with open/available capacity for others to contract with?
    It all makes a lot of sense as I imagine the costs to hold oil on the ships or elsewhere would be immense.
    I guess that is where your expertise dispels what the pedestrian hears on the street and with your connections can locate these available storage facilities.
    Is there a need for more storage terminals? Maybe that would be a sound investment too? Or is it primarily shorter term contracts where most terminals can take on others to fill their open capacity?

    Neat stuff that again I know squat about, but like the concept!

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    Exon had a promotion years ago which stated , Put A Tiger In Your Tank , and they actually had small tiger tails you could attach to your car ........Check for copyright infringement!

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    Ernie, now I sees. Best of luck! Sounds like you have no competition and a HUGE rolodex. What a way to start-up!

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    I have no competition at $$$MR. MARKET$$$ is HUGE either....lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phoenix7 View Post
    Exon had a promotion years ago which stated , Put A Tiger In Your Tank , and they actually had small tiger tails you could attach to your car ........Check for copyright infringement!
    It may sound similar, but I don't think copyright law works that way (of course I'm no lawyer, either). Unless Ernie is competing with Exxon in the storage tank business, or he decides to start selling retail gasoline instead of what he's doing now, they could care less what slogan he uses, even if he did copy it verbatim. It'd be like Midas using a "You deserve new brakes today" jingle. McD's will just not care about it, because they don't have a brake business to protect from copycats. Now if Burger King did a copy of the McD jingle, or even a close soundalike, that would be a different story.

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