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Curtis Noble
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Lives in South Jordan, UT
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Elaine, thanks for sharing your faith and your talents with the world.
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Just finished up our new site this weekend! http://www.wrapsdepot.com If you have a snowmobile, you should check it out! We have a pretty big selection of sled wraps available.
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yeah, I don't know why it's blocked internally! I notice that wordpress websites I build will typically end up blocked for a few days before they work internally. But this one has been blocked over a week.
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wow, got on Google+ today and all I see are posts by +AJ Kohn! Guess I need to circle more people, eh? 
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my friends at work noticed how many people there are that look like me, and decided to document the sightings at http://curtisnoblesightings.tumblr.com 
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SEO and Web Analytics
Employment
  • LDS Church
    SEO Strategist, 2010 - present
  • DISH Network
    SEO Manager, 2009 - 2010
  • General Steel Corp.
    Online Marketing Manager / Sales Manager, 2006 - 2009
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South Jordan, UT
Previously
Kotzebue, AK - Sandpoint, ID - Anaheim, CA - Spokane, WA - Walla Walla, WA - Omak, WA - Rexburg, ID - Kingwood, TX - Houston, TX - Beaumont, TX - Pasadena, TX - Livingston, TX - Wenatchee, WA - Littleton, CO - Highlands Ranch, CO -
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Husband, Father, SEO with Passion for the Outdoors and Motorsports.
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I was raised in the Pacific NW and that region will always feel like home.  I graduated from Omak High School, Wenatchee Valley College, and BYU-ID.  I work full time for the LDS Church as an SEO Strategist and am loving my family life in UT.  I love the outdoors and hope to instill a similar appreciation for God's creations in my children as they grow up.
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  • Brigham Young University-idaho
    Business Management - Finance, 2001 - 2004
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Similar to other reviewers, we found Hardrock Homes shortly after moving to Utah over three years ago during the Salt Lake Parade of Homes. Their Grand Hampton model then in Herriman was by far our favorite Parade home. These guys build a very nice home. Even after moving in I'm finding little convenience features that were upgrades with virtually every other builder we looked at. Thank you Hardrock.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Thank you Alexis and all of the City Creek Mortgage team. We were able to get a great mortgage for our first home and we closed very fast. The gift basket....errr..bucket, was an awesome touch and much needed at the time. Thank you again.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Food is pretty good but my word the service needs to change. We went in today and the person greeted us by saying "you look infected! Are you sick?!" No. No I am not sick or infected but thanks for the burritos with a side of insult. Seriously who greets customers like that?!
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Our boys went here for their first ever visit to the dentist and they loved it! Very caring and gentle dentist who listened well to the boys amd took his time to explain everything and make it fun. Thanks!
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
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I'll give 'em two stars because they did have the exact style and color of loveseat we had been looking for. It took us about 10 mins to find the one we wanted. Another 5 mins just to track down someone who could help us. Most of the employees on the floor were chatting up each other not paying attention. We interrupted one conversation and asked for some help. We said "we want to buy this one." It was about $400. The rep pulled out a clipboard and asked me to sit down on a sofa with him while he writes up the order. So I give him my information, he pulls out a cell phone calculator and adds up the price including tax. Then he asks me to sign the form in three places and initial in another place. We then walk no less than 15' over to a computer on the sales floor while we wait about 15 mins for him to type all the information from the paper form into the exact same form on a computer that automatically adds the tax, and he was one penny off. So he had to adjust the paper form by one penny and I had to initial that too. So after about 35 mins of this messed up process I finally GET to pull out my Visa and swipe it! Yay....all done! nope. I, of course have to sign the receipt. No big deal....all done, right? Nope. Next I get walked all the way to the back of the store to a huge business counter that looks like a sales desk you'd see at a used car dealership. I wait there for about 5 mins for some older guy to finish his story telling with another older employee. Apparently he has to look over my paperwork to "approve" the sale that I already paid for. I'm curious what would have happened if he didn't approve of my purchase! He prints out yet another paper, and asks me to sign an invoice, and a disclaimer about the return policy. Then he gives me a map which instructs me to drive 45 mins away to pick up the dang thing at their warehouse! WHAT?! Anyway, wanting to save the $99 delivery charge, I obliged, and drove to Salt Lake City to pick it up at what looked like a trash dump. There were piles of garbage and busted furniture, broken down cars, RV's, and trucks, stacks of other industrial garbage. I park my truck, go into the office. Show them my ID, sign a paper, get back in my truck, go to the back of the line and wait 20 mins for some guy to scream my name out of the loading dock door. So I back up, get back out of my truck, inspect the piece, sign a paper, and am all loaded up. All of that for one little $400 loveseat. This company is in SERIOUS need of a purchasing process overhaul. Use ANY other furniture store as a model. RC Willey...salesperson writes up my order on a computer, I pay at a desk, pull around back, and load my furniture at the same location. Furniture Row, same thing. Ikea...single point of purchase. Save yourself the hassle of 10 signatures and no less than an hour of "purchasing" activities and choose a different furniture store. I've bought cars in less time than this.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Finally tried this place and wish I had a long time ago. We ordered the cheese steak, mac n cheese with chicken, and a bbq salmon salad. Everything was amazing quality and the salmon was absolutely perfect. you gotta try this place. If the bar atmosphere isn't your thing just order it to go. That's what I did.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Its all right. The gelato is good. The food is okay. We used to go here more when it was called San Gelato Cafe and they had soft serve and a better menu it seemed.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago