|Years:||I'm 48 years old|
|What is my body type:||My figure type is quite thin|
|Other hobbies:||In my spare time I love painting|
I received no notice and no chance to remedy anything.
Henderson and Caan said those decisions are left up to Smartlite. The went up three weeks before Halloween, on eco bins near Northeast 8 Avenue and Wilton Drive, and were taken down shortly after. But he declined to give the name.
I was very upset. Nobody talked to me. He said someone from Smartlite, the ad company Wilton Manors contracts with to manage the advertising on the eco bins, told him the city was responsible.
David said his money was returned. The owner of LeBoy is upset over the removal of his from city-owned eco bins and said he may sue the city in response. David, who said he advertised similar before without a problem, said he received his money back but still has never gotten an explanation as to why his were removed this time.
When I buy a space, that real estate is mine. On Feb. Wilton Manors.
David is accusing the city of removing hiswhich featured two shirtless men from the midsection up, while allowing similar to remain including one that showed the entire body of a man only wearing a jockstrap.