I have a customer who owns his own commercial real estate business and because of it does a lot of traveling from Cleveland to Cincinnati once a week or so and his car of choice is a 2007 Corvette. Basically the car was trashed, and he's very particular about how it looks when I come out and do it. He doesn't let anyone else touch it except for a touchless car wash. Yesterday myself and my buddy Josh went out to take car of the vette and his Avalanche. Josh took care of the inside and I took on the outside. Sorry, my dumbass forgot my batteries for my camera and I didn't get any pics. Anyway, he came home driving his new baby, 1964 cherry red corvette with white leather interior (BEAUTIFUL!), which I'll be doing the works on before he stores it for winter. Finished up on the 07 and the avalanche and had a drink with the owner and when I quoted him the price for cleaning up the vette and the avalanche he never batted an eye and even threw me a $40 tip. Very down to earth customer, has money and knows what it's like to be 23 and trying to work my way through college. Anyway, I rambled on about all that to say that these are the kind of customers that make this worth it. He walked around the cars and was like wow, you do great work. Customer appreciation makes this business worth it. Anyone have any customers like this?