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Hi All,

It's been a long time.  I have a client who is looking for a flyover of a 16 acre resort/commercial complex near the sea somewhere. It's way outta my league but I told him I'd ask around and see if I could help him find someone. If you're interested in talking to him about this please let me know.

Thanks

John

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Podrias proporcionar mayor informacion? Tal vez yo podria ayudarte en ello.

In english?????

What Jorge was saying using Google Translate is, "Could you provide more information? Maybe I could help it."" 

So would I with more information, like do you have the model of the scene already done or would it be starting from the 2d drawings? Time frame, duration of flyover, complexity of scene etc.

Being just a middleman I don't know much. But the man looking for the work has said to give out his contact information so you can contact him directly.

His name is:  Ron Badraun

His email address is:  ronb@badraunbuilders.com

Just tell him that Bob and John from RFTdesign gave you his info.  He's hoping to here from you guys.

Good luck.

could you provide more information? maybe I can help.

Hi, whoever sent the information to Ron, he's looking for your contact info.   You may want to email him and let him know.   He's not very tech savy.   LOL  

Thanks

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