There is a tsunami of epic proportions heading toward your local motion picture theater this week – and it begins with the words “A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away….”
After a wait that must have seemed an eternity to die-hard fans, Star Wars is back. There will be familiar faces we haven’t seen in the franchise in 30 years, as well as new villains. And at the heart of the entire film, is a resurgence in The Force.
The Force is an unseen, but very real, power in the Star Wars universe. It has been described as an energy field given off by all living entities which binds the universe together.
Delving into the metaphysical properties of The Force is not within the scope of this blog – suffice it to say that The Force is something that can be listened to, and used, to do great good for the galaxy. (We’ll skip over that whole Darth Vader thing for a moment)
If you’re a contractor, a professional excavator, a homeowner – if you’re ANYONE who puts a shovel into the ground, you already have your own Force to use for the greater good.
It’s called Texas811.
This Force winds its way beneath Texas, under roads, under fields – in short, everywhere underground that you can’t see.
With one locate request, The Force will flag or mark the location of buried utilities and other lines.
The Force can help keep you safe when digging in Texas.
Finally, unlike the movie Force, the 811 Force won’t cost you a dime. Nothing. Zero. Zip. Nada.
So make the call to Texas811 and use The Force. And while you’re waiting the 48 hours for lines to be marked, go take in a movie – we understand there’s a new one opening this Friday.
Until next week, safe digging – and may The Force be with you!