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Job Offering - LMR Technician

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pciraceradios

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I apologize in advance if this is not the correct forum, sub-forum or if this is considered a commercial post and/or spam. Please remove if it is and let me know how and where to post.

PCI Race Radios is seeking LMR Technicians and there aren't very many outlets to post this opportunity.

I thought maybe some CB/HAM operators may be qualified or know someone who is. A forum seemed like a good place to reach out to a possible candidate.

The Ad is up on Craigslist, and anyone who is interested can contact me at 562-427-8177 or rhiannon@pciraceradios.com

Craigslist Ad - Land Mobile Radio (LMR) Technician and Manager

Thank you,

Rhiannon Freiley
PCI Race Radios, Inc.
2888 Gundry Avenue
Signal Hill, CA 90755
(562) 427-8177
(562) 426-3589 fax
PCI Race Radios, Inc. - Communications, Navigation, Safety Equipment
 

spectr17

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I passed this one to our USAF military radio group, lots of LMR guys in there that are out now. I'm trying to remember the owner for PCI, I used to wire radios and helmets for some 9, 10 and 16 class racers. Aikens Bros was one team out of the high desert with a arm buggies when a arms were still considered freaks .
 
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