Hey Nicole. Sorry I didn't get a chance to get back to you until now. The name of the Club was Bunkers. I had to go back through all of my old activities stuff to find it. Are you going to look up your football player friend :) I hope your new job is going well!!!
Just got your voicemail last night when you said you wanted to talk with me BEFORE the D.C. Conference Team Call scheduled for today. However, I am NOT on that team so will NOT be on that call.
However, I also talked with John Abels about our idea and, as he already shared with you, he LOVED it so....hopefully, the rest of the Conference Team will share his enthusiasm! I would so enjoy putting that plan together with you (& John).
Please feel free to call me anytime @ 405-921-4465.
Hey Nicole- sorry I missed your call the other day. I was out of town opening a new restaurant. What's going on with you lady? I will not be going to DC. Jen and Michelle from my office are supposed to be going. Hope you are well. I am on my way out of town for vacation but really want to catch up!! Happy Memorial Day sister :)
It was great reconnecting with you at NRA! Thanks for the great suggestion for the DC conference; I am going to bring it up with the conference team tomorrow. Looking forward to seeing you again!
My name is DJ Tryba and I work for Gordon Food Service in the metro Chicago area. I wanted to say hi and offer up the idea of contacting one another to see if I can help you out at all with finding some good people.
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