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An Oklahoma woman, doesn’t need to go looking for a sign that her marriage is strong, if the husband has declared its commitment to the world and to see it through to the hiring of eight local billboards that proclaim, “Amy, I love you more!”
Josh Wilson has been married to his wife Amy for the next five years, and just recently was inspired to make his passion known by the spray of the love-note, eight of the billboards in their hometown of Tulsa, Fox 23 reports.
He is the owner of Living Water Irrigation and the use of purchased the advertising space to advertise on the lawn and a sprinkler system for the services of the company. When he realized that the promotion wasn’t doing a lot for his small business, he looked after his own heart, and decided to take the blast, “Amy, I love you more!” for all of the digital billboards.
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In order to make sure that Amy knows about the love note, it was Josh, of course, is to the left of the Living Water, beer & soft drink logo in the corner of the plate.
Josh Wilson gave each of his friends, at first, suspected that he was in the “doghouse” after seeing the draw, he insists that the ads are only a small token of his love for his partner.
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The man gave each of his friends, at first, suspected that he was in the “doghouse” after seeing the draw, he insists that the ads are only a small token of his love for his partner.
“I’m not going to have problems. I’m not in the doghouse,” Wilson told Fox 23. “I’m in love with my wife.”
“She tolerates me, and allows me to build this business, and let us have fun,” he told KOKI. “It’s the least I could do to tell her that I love her.”
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With the introduction of the message to be front and center, Wilson acknowledged that he was literally raised the stakes for Green County, co, as well as matters of the heart.
“A lot of text messages, as well as a lot of phone calls from friends saying, ‘Thank you, my friend. Now I am going to do something,'” he joked. “Oh, that’s right. For as long as I can get my wife to feel good, for all that she does for me and for my family, it was a pleasure to do so.”
In the not too distant future, the Living Water of the Irrigation boards will be adapted to the feelings of another beloved member of the Wilson clan, the family, the dog, KOKI reports.
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