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I grew up in Chicago and attended the University of Richmond business school. I earned a degree in marketing while playing on the baseball team. After graduation, I played 5+ years of professional baseball in the Boston Red Sox organization. On the side I helped businesses with email marketing, social network marketing and other web services. After I retired from baseball I moved out to San Diego where I work for SinglePlatform, a social media platform designed for bars and restaurants.
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