Our sales meeting this year was a great way to kick off 2015!  We fit a lot in this year in a short amount of time while still managing to have a blast.  We introduced some new EXCITING products with training as well as some new sales incentives.  We also introduced two new sales members to the Joe Fly team , and we are thrilled about the growth of the company.  2015 is going to be a great year!

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Tired of selling for a huge corporation without any personal recognition?  Sick of overbearing managers focused on cold calls and quotas?  Need a fun and friendly workplace?  Do you feel like you have the potential to grow a territory with huge potential in a thriving market to extraordinary levels?  If you said yes, yes, yes, then this may be the opportunity you are seeking.  Our company is growing rapidly through our reputation for quality and customer service and we might need you to help us get to the next level!

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Waco Courthouse Makeover
Posted on  by Fredda Jones

This week we are doing a little free advertising here at texansunited.com as our way of saying a huge thank you to Mason Arial and the Joe W. Fly Co. for an absolutely beautiful new look for the historic Comanche County Courthouse. It is historic, by the way, and I’ve just realized that the story of the WPA and the Comanche courthouse is a story for another day. :)

This photo was taken right before the cleaning began.

And this is the same area after the cleaning. Amazing, isn't it?

The project would never have been possible had Mason Arial, who lives in Comanche and who also works for Joe W. Fly Co., Inc., not offered both his services and the services of his company at a price that came in way under the norm…just because as Mason said, “Comanche is my town…”

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How Diseases Spread

Airborne Spread of Disease

ASHRAE’s position document contains a valuable synopsis of control measures such as dilution ventilation, pressure differentials, exhaust ventilation, air cleaning, ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) and even temperature and humidity. These techniques have broad applicability to any disease that is airborne. Because of the difficulties in separating out the relative importance of transmission modes, health-care facilities often focus on “infection control bundles” (i.e., use of multiple modalities simultaneously) and err on the side of caution. The need for action may go beyond health-care facilities to include passenger transportation buildings and conveyances, jails, homeless shelters and schools. The Ebola outbreak illustrates how vulnerable we all are to new infectious agents, a future one of which might be airborne. Tuberculosis, in some cases influenza, the common cold, and other diseases spread by the airborne route. Four worldwide (pandemic) influenza outbreaks occurred in the last 100 years: 1918, 1957, 1968, and 2009. There were also three notable epidemics: 1947, 1976 and 1977. The 1918 Spanish flu was the most serious pandemic in recent history and was responsible for the deaths of an estimated 50 million or more people. The most recent H1N1 pandemic in 2009 resulted in thousands of deaths worldwide. Statistically, it seems like we have had the recent good fortune of avoiding a truly devastating pandemic such as these historical ones. Another way of saying this is that such a tragic event is long overdue.


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