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Date: 24 Aug 2005 23:53:02
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Subject: Do you have to be "Somebody" in the business?
Hello,
Im new with groups, and I need some help. Recently I've been trying
to find a job working with the Brunswick GS-X's. I was a B-Mechanic at
my last job working on the Brunswick GS-X's. I've tryed everything,
Monter.com, the paper, and so one. And I am still good friends with my
old boss, who taught me alot about the Brunswick GS-X's, He is known in
the business around here in denver as a great bowler and a hell of a
mechanic. He recives little tips of information about what center is
doing what, and inside scoops like that. But I've had the hardest time
trying to contact a bowling center with the same machines that are
looking for a good mechanic. So if any one knows a good way to look for
a job that intitles "Brunswick GS-X" I would be most interested. I have
alot of exsperiance with the machine, and if you or some one you know
is looking to hire, I can get you a resume with some phone numbers to
check me out. I fell like if you dont know some one or are some one in
the business, then you're just out of luck.

James





 
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