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At 8:51am on October 29, 2009, Bryon said…
Robyn,

Loved the format for your profile. Mind giving me tips on adding music, scrolling pics, ect. Tech challenged....

Bryon
At 4:05pm on September 1, 2009, Jagadish C said…
Hi Robyn-

We drive traffic to restaurants and fill tables. I like to hear your thoughts on what we do (http://www.pow-now.com). We also distribute content on SMS, Email, iPhone, Blackberry, and Facebook. Any advice/thoughts highly appreciated.

Thanks,
Jagadish
At 6:54am on March 11, 2009, Chris Tripoli said…
Jimi Hendrix music...a GREAT touch. I consult with some small growing restaurant companies in the US and Mexico. Can you help with all/part of the financing for an established Mexican restaurant concept planning to enter the US market?
At 10:11am on January 7, 2009,
Non-Operator
Domenic D
said…
Hello Robyn How goes the industry in NYC ?? Happy new year ..love the biography piece totally on !!! Ypu see i share many of the same passions !!! Did you have an input in the company format ???
At 12:29pm on July 7, 2008, Donna Stazzone said…
Hey Robin

J. Cherrae is in New York too!
At 11:23am on May 13, 2008, sonneville said…
hi robyn
i am still looking for partner for my business in paris*
i m looking for partner in usa
i am opening a boutique wine tasting in paris next september, can you tell me how to send wine in the usa from france?

thanks i am sure you can tell me and i will be happy to share a couple of glasses of my wine next time you are visiting paris
serge
At 11:32pm on April 17, 2008, Maria LaRocca said…
Robyn....I tried to add you as a friend....
help me pleeeze if I did it wrong..
thanks every so much....
Maria
At 6:47pm on April 17, 2008, Maria LaRocca said…
Hi......you are my first friend.....thanks.....I don;t know really if I am doing this right.... I have two BBQ restaurants and would really like to learn how to do this website....COMPUTERS AND I DO NOT KNOW EACH OTHER WELL......wish someone could call me on the phone and explain more about it...
thanks for being my friend....Maria
At 2:46pm on April 17, 2008, Marc said…
Hi Robyn,
Hey, the music...is so...perfect! You will be the official FOHBOH DJ!
So, you're in South Florida now? I knew the sun was shining for a reason!
Hope you're loving the weather!
feel free to e-mail me
marc@eyeson.biz
A thousand smiles...Marc
At 12:16pm on April 16, 2008, sonneville said…
good evening robyn
i like your music selection
paris is on strike once again, that is paris charm, and we love it
i am still looking for "conseil" (guidance?) about saling wine in usa

have a nice day and welcomme in france

nike cave in paris the 28 of april, i am a fan
bye
sergexxx
At 12:08am on April 14, 2008, Maria LaRocca said…
Hi....you met my son....hope it was a good experience...are you in south florida??? Did you try our restaurant???
At 1:21pm on April 11, 2008, Marc said…
My compliments on a page well done...love the music and ambience...Hey, can I get a glass of wine while I'm sitting here?

Blue water Grille & Katz deli...you need not mention you are from NY!
have a great NY Spring day!
Marc
At 7:30am on April 10, 2008, sonneville said…
hi robyn
i m looking for partner in usa
i am opening a boutique wine tasting in paris next september, can you tell me how to send wine in the usa from france
thanks
serge
At 7:27am on April 10, 2008, sonneville said…
nice musik
i like ska
At 2:18pm on April 9, 2008, S.O. said…
Love the song you picked. Wish I was leaving Las Vegas! I hate this place, but the money is great. Keep Rockin'!
At 6:21am on April 9, 2008, Matt Urdan said…
My pleasure, Roby. The best dogs are the ones with the hard core attitude!

Cheers!
At 6:06am on April 9, 2008,
Non-Operator
Dan Ziegler
said…
:)

Great minds think alike!

Talk to you later. Best time today would be 12-1:30 if you have time.

Thanks.
At 3:32pm on April 8, 2008,
Non-Operator
Dan Ziegler
said…
Hello Robyn,

Doug suggested we chat. Our two companies have the ability to refer clients back and forth.

Call me when you have time.

347-321-4256
Dan Ziegler
At 6:07pm on April 7, 2008, Chad Shores said…
Btw I like your playlist
At 7:13am on April 7, 2008, Chad Shores said…
No I just live to catch big fish... then cook them. We have our fair share of seafood on the menu though. www.brewersbistro.com , check out the menus. You are funny!

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