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My brother and I acquire and hold commercial real estate in Austin, TX where we're 6th generation Austinites.  I also work for a commercial bank which keeps me plugged in the market.  Most importantly I've got a beautiful wife and two children (3 and 1 year old) and the 3 year old already has some clubs and loves to come to the course with me.

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I am currently self employed...

I own multiple income property. I manage all my own units and hire for large jobs. I also flip single family homes on the side as well. 

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My title is Creative Director. I am basically a glorified graphic designer at a tree nursery/garden center, but I also letter trucks and signs and sometimes fix plumbing issues. ;)

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On 9/26/2006 at 10:31 AM, Newbie Collection Agency said:

I make the products that build and maintain golf courses and athletic fields through-out New England. Any other NH golfers on here?....VT? ME? a3_biggrin.gif

@Newbie Collection Agency We are in NH (seacoast area). My 14-y-o son is the golfer. I'm just here to learn and be able to support him.
I do marketing (& graphic design, web design, social media, etc.) for a company that also does athletic field maintenance, but we mainly deal with baseball fields. It's a new thing for us. I'm still trying to figure out the best way to market it. 

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I'm a recently published author, college student, and former Professional Golfer. I'll be entering the Fall semester completing a degree in IT Software. I just started to learn how to code in HTML and CSS. I don't play much golf these days, but I love the game   

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My wife & I own/operate a residential Kitchen & Bathroom design and remodeling firm located in Rowlett, TX (eastern part of Dallas County). We design/build luxury Kitchens and Baths from top to bottom: cabinets, countertops, flooring, wall treatments, fixtures, etc...   


Joey Gates, CKBR - Certified Kitchen & Bathroom Remodeler (NARI)

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I myself am a CPA and a very active hockey official. Officiate some of the best hockey Michigan has to offer which is a pleasure to do. 

On July 13, 2016 at 3:26 PM, Joeymattsson said:

Hockeyplayer at winter, hacker at summer :~(

You are living the life man!  That's all I have to say

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My title is "IT Specialist" but my actual duties encompass some typesetting, some graphic art design, some customer service, running a digital press, an UV Coating machine, and maintenance on the computers, network, and plate maker. I work for BCT Alabama, which is a wholesale printing company in Mobile, Alabama. I have worked there since 1989, other than 6 months in 1997.

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I am VP of a small boutique mfg. facility specializing in Aerospace & Defense. My customers are household names. My professional training is in Business Administration (BS ’99). Happily married 4 years w/ two step-daughters. Originally from Los Angeles, CA.    

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