Laurie Haynes
  • 50, Female
  • Medford, NJ
  • United States
  • Apple American Group
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  • Andrea Case
  • Debbie Bloom
  • Amanda Vroom
  • Heather Stewart
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Director of Training
Apple American Group
What best describes my company
Discovering new food, Networking, Career Advancement, Gaining Knowledge

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At 12:04pm on August 8, 2008, Amanda Vroom said…

I was just wondering if I would be seeing you next week at the HR/Training Roundtable? Dex can't make it due to vacation, so I will be representing TRG.

I hope I will see you there!
At 9:25am on July 18, 2008, Debbie Bloom said…
Hey Laurie....pleasant surprise. I just saw Andrea on this site the other day. She was mentioning how we need to come see you sometime....I would love for all of us to get together at some or there...wherever. Stay in touch and let me know how everything is going. debbie
At 10:31am on June 22, 2008, Andrea Case said…
hey girl. Sorry I didn't call you back but I will call you this week to catch up on more stuff. Hope you are having a gret weekend.
At 6:53am on June 20, 2008, Laurie Haynes said…
Will do!
At 6:49am on June 20, 2008, Andrea Case said…
I'm in Atlanta, so not sure why it says 6:30. Can you call me in 15 minutes at 404.762.4944? Love to catch up.
At 6:39am on June 20, 2008, Andrea Case said…
I am so glad you found me. I have thought about you a lot as I travel up to Cleveland,Akron/Canton about every 2 months. We have got to plan to see eachother sometime soon. Great hearing from you. My email is and cell is 404.877.8859. Call me.
At 9:36am on June 5, 2008, Amanda Vroom said…

I love the new look for Aston, however, we don't have the new exterior, just inside and kitchen. We opened successfully with over $13,000 both Tuesday and yesterday. Looks like another record breaker!

Have a good one!
At 6:42am on May 23, 2008, Amanda Vroom said…

Hello there! = )

I got your message about a spanish/english kitchen chart. Dex, Janet and I created one last year for our kitchens. I will post it on the CHART Group sometime today so you can download it.

Hope all is well in your world!

At 6:19am on May 23, 2008, Laurie Haynes said…
I'd love to join - thanks for the invitation. I'll try to reach you after the holiday weekend. I'm ready to start now! Have a good one.
At 6:58pm on May 22, 2008, Amanda Hite said…
Hey sunshine! I thought I'd say hello call me sometime! 859-312-8461. I noticed you're not a member of my talent revolution group on the main page, you should join!




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