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At 6:02am on December 10, 2009, Bennie Ray said…
What's up Joe,

If you get a chance check out The Motivational Game. Your employees will really enjoy playing. Have a GREAT Day!

At 12:31pm on November 17, 2009, Nicole Huggins said…
Hey -- Did you change jobs?????
At 9:46am on August 19, 2009,
Alyson Mar, RD
Hi Joe,

Thanks for the connection. Look forward to seeing you on here.

At 9:29pm on July 14, 2009, Joe Coyne said…
I will talk to the new mgmt. team on your behalf. I bet Ted would still put in a word for you if you asked though. Why don't you talk to him and let me know how it goes.


At 7:05am on July 14, 2009, Andrew Muzik said…
well as you heard from others Ted is leaving. so i don't know what the point is. I will say something before he leaves, but I don't foresee anything coming from it. Eric is getting easier to get along with as well. I think your little buddy is growing up. Remember the fryers and how bad those were. Well I spent like two hours on them, now the center one looks brand new.Sorry, I had to brag. Another thing, Do you know of any new Max and Ermas going up in the southeastern area. If they were smart they would place one in Hartland. Alrighty, enough babbling, Hunters hungry. Stay in touch bro.
At 9:46pm on July 6, 2009, Andrew Muzik said…
I really was looking forward to studying that. Anyways can i still stay in touch with you about advancement opps? talk to me YO YO. I have tomorrow and Wednesday off, so try to hit me back. see ya
At 9:42pm on July 6, 2009, Andrew Muzik said…
Things are good. I still have my hours.Victor is still freaking Rae(king). But anyways just wanted to write back to ya. What about those books,




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