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Amie Marse
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Attended California Baptist University
Lives in fort myers, fl
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I was looking up a quote for someone and stumbled on this old Steve Jobs interview. It's a small but powerful snippet. Enjoy :)
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squatted my weight for the first time in a long time #boom   #progressnotperfection  
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Do You Forget “Marketing” In Your #ContentMarketing? http://po.st/XIOzdp

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Have you seen this trailer? Arnold and the rest look awesome!
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Look at this before and after shot. This girl lost over 90 lbs!
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Owner of a small content generation firm - Content Equals Money - Fort Myers, FL
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Amie Marse is the owner of a highly effective content writing service that launched in October 2010. She recently moved from Lexington, KY down to Fort Myers Florida. She truly enjoys building businesses in the new economy. Reach out and chat or vent - she loves to dish!
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Say what you will about the South, nobody retires and move North. :)
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I'm a twenty something virtual business owner and avid dog lover. I run ContentEqualsMoney.com a writing service based out of Lexington, KY.

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A gorgeous park with tons of vegetation, bridges that go out over water, and a huge variety to wildlife. This park is also very well taken care of. I have been walking through it 1-3x a week for almost a year and have yet to see one piece of trash!
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
My Dad and I were recently in the Fort Myers area on a house hunting trip. We stayed at this Holiday Inn Express for about a week. My Dad is a huge Holiday Inn Express person. He travels across the country all the time and loves that you can always find a Holiday Inn. He maps out his trips on their site, he's a big planner. He also loves the consistency of the locations. Same breakfasts, same papers, same rooms, etc. So you should know the starting point is a positive one for anything Holiday Inn with him. This time around we got ourselves a large suite. This is basically a second room that doesn't have beds in it. We thought that way I could get up early and work without disturbing my dad plus again...we were going to be staying in the place for about a week. And if you have ever had a cross country relocation you know that the days are short but exhausting. A few hours of driving around looking at places pretty much wears you out. I think we were back in the hotel by 4 or 5 each day just totally wasted. The hotel is at The Forum which is a shopping center right off 75 in Fort Myers. Great location generally but the hotel is a little wierd. First, unless you come in off Colonial Blvd you are forced to make a U-turn. You can't go in straight from the shopping center and the left turn lane is solid so you can't turn early into the hotel parking lot either. So that was a little bummer. Especially for out of towners who aren't sure the U-turn rules in Florida. Some states have U-turns only when posted, others only post when you can't do them. So...annoying. Then, the other weird thing about this place is that the back of the hotel is on the busy street. Our broker told us that it had to do with the sun coming up and they didn't want to face the sun. Which makes sense...except the pool is outside in the back. So yeah...they are getting a lot of sun but they are also swimming or sunbathing 20 ft from bustling traffic. No thank you. The place will make sense and look nice once they develop that section of The Forum. For now, it looks like the Holiday Inn Express is turned away from all the action. Right now it is simply facing a huge block of empty fields. One can only imagine that when they do develop that area it will include a few streets that let you visit the Holiday Inn without making U-turns. So the staff, the stay, the room, the food, the service? Awesome across the board. Whoever built the place though? Not really paying attention.
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Quality: ExcellentFacilities: GoodService: Excellent
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Best bank experience ever? I'm currently in the middle of relocating to Florida. I'm coming down from Kentucky and my Dad is coming over from Colorado. We're going to be living together during his retirement. Since we are moving to the sunshine state...and my Dad is one of those people who always uses the inside of banks, we decided to switch to something a bit more local. This past Wednesday during a house hunting trip to Englewood we strolled into a branch of +Suntrust Bank. It looked like the branch was inside a converted library or something. We walked in at 1pm hoping to miss the lunch crowd.... There's nobody in the place. Two friendly looking tellers and a couple other employees but not any more customers. There were a few tables spread out and a girl behind one of them jumps up and welcomes us to Suntrust when we were a good 15 feet away. Her name is Jamette and she took the best care of us that we could imagine. We sat down with her to explain our situation. Joint house account and a separate savings account for my Dad's pension stuff. This whole thing could have had a bow on it in about 10 minutes. Instead, we heard about Jamette, the bank and the area. We also shared a lot about how we like to bank, why we were moving, etc. Jamette explained a lot about how the different accounts work and emphasized that if we had any problems that we could just come by or call. The whole thing took a whopping 103 minutes, an hour and 43 minutes. I could get used to this! By the way, the whole time we were in the branch I think we saw 5 or 6 people come in? Then, to top off this great experience our new banker Jamette called me on my cell the next day on our way out of town to let me know our cashier's check had cleared. I could see on my online banking that she must have done some magic to cut that clearing time. It was one of those huge cashier checks to get us started down in Florida but we would need to turn around and get a cashier's check pretty quick for the new rental place. It used to be cashier's checks would clear right away but apparently everything is forged these days so cashier's checks are only about a half step above personal checks anymore. I told +Laura Hancock that we need to look at Suntrust for the +Content Equals Money account. This is worlds apart from any attention we've received at a +Chase. A banker that takes close to two hours to chat with you? Makes a point to make you feel welcomed? Makes follow up calls? I'm not in Kansas anymore. Thanks Jamette and +Suntrust!
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
I've ordered flowers from Oram's twice. Once through Teleflora and once directly. I buy flowers on a pretty regular basis and was severely disappointed in my bouquets. The service was good, so I just assumed the first time was because Teleflora takes a cut from the end florist. Which is why I gave them a second try...now I'm convinced that this florist is simply skimpy. Pretty sad when you are spending $70-90 :(
Quality: Poor to fairAppeal: GoodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Diamonds in the Rough My father and I are relocating to Florida for his retirement. I've been living in Kentucky the past 8 years while he has been in California and most recently Colorado. It's a unique situation for a realtor right? Dad and kid but kid is 30 and runs her own business? Plus, we've both lived on our own for years so wherever we go need some sort of separated living quarters. And it has to be a nice enough place that both of us are comfortable. We started our search in Fort Myers. Absolutely beautiful area and we had a stellar realtor down there. That guy drove us around all day and we saw lots of great places. Mostly brand new places that had all the amenities we would need and lots we didn't. I had been conversing with this guy over email for a couple months. Sending him a long list of places to look at, revising the list, etc. By the end of our Fort Myers search I thought we were good. No reason to even head up to Port Charlotte but, eh...we made the appt and might as well right? I didn't have a chance to go over listings with +Floridian Realty Services so I was almost sure that anything we saw would be worthless. Boy was I wrong! We head up to +Floridian Realty Services and sit down with Maddy. At first I am a little nervous because we hadn't gone over the options and apparently the list I sent was all outdated stuff anyway. They had 3 places for us to look at and we reviewed them at their office on their computer. We decided to check out 2 of the locations. Both of them were absolutely perfect. I don't know how these ladies do their magic but it's pretty awesome. I saw the only condo on planet earth I think I would even consider. I don't know about you but condos make me feel like a mouse in a box. This place was a top floor, end unit that overlooked a golf course in an established but not overbuilt area. The other location (the one we are renting now) is just as awesome. A glorious 3bd/2ba pool home in old Englewood that is probably the best house in that whole neighborhood. The ladies are hilarious and friendly. You are driving around with them joking and talking and giving the dish on all sorts of local places. This is what realty is supposed to be. I'm pretty internet savvy, but there is no way I would have found my new place without the help of +Floridian Realty Services. If you are looking for vacation or annual rentals, you can't miss these two ladies. Sit back and enoy the ride - you'll laugh all the way to your perfect new place! I couldn't recommend them more! I'm looking forward to their help when it is time for me to buy :)
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
I just moved to the neighborhood and both my realtor and the taxi driver I found told me how great Flounders was, so I had to try it. I went last Friday between the two bands, around 6pm. Not very busy, which was a bonus. The staff was incredibly kind and friendly. I can honestly say they poured the best Whiskey Sour I have had...and I've lived all over the US and ordered plenty of Whiskey Sours. The decor is over the top but not annoying. The food was great - that spinach and artichoke dip was divine with big chunks...again, not sure I have had it any better anywhere else in the US. I'll definitely visit again :)
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
I've been to this bar a few times. The staff was absolutely stellar! I tend to enjoy the slow nights with few people but the few times I accidentally showed up during a Wildcats game I still had great service. Food is great and there is a surprising variety. Great spot for a quiet night to yourself or a group.
Food: Very goodDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago