Thanks for the connection, and I look forward to interacting with you on FohBoh as well. Checked out your website, and it looks great. You have some very empowering messages! I just followed you on Twitter (under Foodcalc) as well. I look forward to your updates, and I'll talk to you soon.
General Growth Properties is the management company that manages the Towson Town Center. There is a Great Steak & Fry at our location! They do pretty good here their sales this month were pretty average.
I'm pretty new to FohBoh, but I just read your Social Media article and was very excited to see people opening up the discussion! Anyway, I just wanted to pop over to your profile and give my kudos. Cheers!
I hope you are doing well, still the GSP thing after all these years.
No racing lately, Just working.
I am working as a Food Rep for IFH based in Hickory.
Visit about 50 Restaurants a week, you would'nt believe what i see (right and wrong)
Would love to talk to you more about all the thing in the past and current and especially the future!
Thanks for the kind words and for your friendship.
Looking forward to hearing from you more in the future.
Have a great week and hope the sun is shining bright for you in your locale (it's raining here since last evening but still warm).
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