Wednesday, April 19, 2006

New Jersey Man Is The King Of Curb Painters

EAST BRUNSWICK, N.J. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A man in New Jersey doesn’t mind getting kicked to the curb – because he can make an easy five or ten bucks while he’s down there.

Jason D. Farber is a professional curb painter who has made thousands of dollars spray painting addresses on the curbs in front of peoples’ homes.

Farber says it’s possible to earn as much as $40 per hour slappin’ paint on concrete and says “it’s better than working fast food.”

There are some curb-art caveats: Don’t work when it’s rainy, snowy or windy.

Also, single house developments are better for business than condos – and avoid houses out in the boonies.

Also, you’ll get more sales if you go to houses after 5:30 p.m. when the owners are home from work.

As he puts it, “The most money comes when people are working outside and see you doing their neighbors’ houses.”

Farber is the author of Curb Painting: Money Making Secrets Revealed! (

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