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I work for an Insurance Carrier in Ohio. I am a regional sales manager calling on our appointed independent insurance agencies in an effort to get them to write more business with us.

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1 hour ago, HooshnOhio said:

I work for an Insurance Carrier in Ohio. I am a regional sales manager calling on our appointed independent insurance agencies in an effort to get them to write more business with us.

Welcome! I think @saevel25 is either a member at, or just plays a bunch at Firestone. I grew up about 10 minutes north of Akron as well. We had a member outing this past August in the Columbus area, I'm sure we will probably have another one somewhere either central Ohio or maybe Northeastern Ohio in the spring. 

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I'm a high school math teacher turned lawyer turned math tutor... now it's a perfect life!

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I work in a hospital laboratory as a Medical Technologist. Our primary role is to perform tests with body fluids or other materials which assist in the diagnosis, treatment, and control of disease.

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Retired since 2005.  Formerly CEO of Omega Performance, an international training company specializing in training for commercial bankers, previously VP of AchieveGlobal one of the largest training companies in the world at that time.

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Hi again y'all - 

I posted to this thread a couple of years ago but have since sold my residential Kitchen & Bathroom remodeling business and am now excited to be combining my passions for residential design, construction, and golf by opening a Tour Greens dealership in Dallas/Ft. Worth (North Texas). We're part of a team that has specialized in building residential/community size practice greens. Putting greens, short-game facilities (up to +/- 90 yards) and even Par-3 facilities with synthetic surfaces capable of receiving shots up to 200 yards since 1996.

 

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