I am married (Lee Ann) with three children (Katie-11, Molly-8, and Jack-5). We have two boxers (Bo and Dixie). I am the G.M. at the Applebee's in Blue Ash, Ohio. I studied Music Education at Morehead State University.
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Hey Jeremy, I see you're the GM at the Applebee's in Blue Ash. I've eaten there many times as in my travels, I've stayed at the Marriott Courtyard just down the street.
I had an office closer to the little airport on the corner. It's been a while, but it is the large brown building across from the brew pub that used to be open (not sure why it closed down, I understand it had something to do with it's liquer license).
That is a great area that you're in. Love to hear from you!
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