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.
How are you? Are you ever looking for Menu Marketing company? If so, we supply restaurants, resorts and cruise lines throughout the US, and I would love the opportunity to speak with you and explain our services.
Have a GREAT night and please keep in touch!!
My business # is 1-877-543-MENU ext 204 Bruce Sharkey or you can reach me at email@example.com
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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