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Dan Evans
Works at Saelig Company Inc
Attended Pepperdine University
Lives in Fairport, NY
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3D Printing Earns An Assist In A Baby's Cranial Surgery (3DPI.tv) http://bit.ly/NNHBUX 
 
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Rigol Makes Waves In The Test & Measurement Industry (EEWeb) http://bit.ly/1hZp2GR

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Eyes-On Glasses help give doctors and medical staff the power of x-ray vision - http://bit.ly/1dr7val 
 
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With parachutes tangled, two Golden Knights each make a split-second decision to save the other's life - http://1.usa.gov/1bH8J0n
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What can you do with a sleeping baby except look lovingly at the little cutie? Queenie Liao makes her sleeping baby part of melt-your-heart artistic masterpieces - http://bit.ly/IGwqeH
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Got a USB battery charging project? Check out the USB-PET Compliance Tester for OTG 2.0 & BC 1.2 on page 26 (EEWeb) http://bit.ly/1hZp2GR
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  • Saelig Company Inc
    Sales Manager, present
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Currently
Fairport, NY
Previously
Victor, NY - California, Japan, Vietnam, Thailand, India, Iran, Nepal, Indonesia
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Advancing client productivity through better solutions in engineering R&D, design, test, measurement and fabrication.
Introduction
Interested in marketing, social media, electronics, engineering, gadgets, fitness, running and the outdoors.  Currently reading The Only Thing Worth Dying For by Eric Blehm and Eat and Run by Scott Jurek.  Recently finished: Born to Run, Sgt. Rock: Last Warrior Standing, Unbroken  More great reads: Into Thin Air, Baden-Powell: Two Lives of A Hero
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Volunteer for SCORE, Fairport Library and other civic organizations, teaching seminars on small business marketing, social media marketing, Google Adwords and Google Analytics.
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  • Pepperdine University
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Chase Farms offers their quality, farm-grown fruits and vegetables at lower prices than you'll find at any of the local farm markets. They also offer in-season you-pick for strawberries, spring and fall raspberries. The fall raspberries are the best, available at the stand or via you-pick until the first hard frost. The shortcake and sundae bar offers mouth-watering combinations of fresh and frozen fruit, shortcake and ice-cream.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
My son and I had a good experience at Cortese today, selling them a car we had purchased there. As promised at the time of purchase, they offered $1000 over the Blue Book dealer cost because we took it in every year for Ziebart rust protection. We dealt with Steve Bernardi and Mark Cortelini for this transaction, and both were friendly and helpful throughout the process. Reading some of the very negative reviews which can be seen here and at most any business, I conclude that much of the customer's experience is derived from that customer's expectations and attitude.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
The cleanliness of the rooms could be better, but generally I found this a good place to stay. You could not find a better place for the money in this area, and maybe not in any area of the country.
Quality: Very goodFacilities: GoodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The raviolis are excellent. There is just one thing I would change. They package the raviolis in fibrous cardboard boxes. If you buy a supply and freeze some, the cardboard fibers stick to the raviolis. Then you have to shave the paper off the frozen raviolis before cooking. The alternative is to repackage before freezing, which I would suggest until such time as the packaging is changed.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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When I arrived at Spenard Hostel in the middle of the night, I found a handwritten welcome note with my bed assignment and I was greeted by a small black cat (Esmerelda). I've stayed in hostels all over the world, and this is one of the friendliest and best run. Good things happen in a small establishment when there is a good owner (Jen) who lives on site and runs the business. Some of the things I appreciated: comfortable bunks, clean sheets, multiple kitchens, food storage space, bike rentals, free locked storage space for guests, locked storage rental while away, free bear spray exchange, friendly staff, 2 friendly cats, option to work for your stay (just 3 hours earns 1 night), and an array of friendly and interesting guests.
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Quality: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
I have shopped regularly at this Home Depot (Eastview Mall/Victor) for about 20 years. It is the best of the Home Depots in the Rochester area -- friendlier associates who are generally more knowledgeable about their departments. Any problems I've had with transactions or merchandise have always been easily resolved. I cannot agree with the reviewer who called the store dirty -- it sounds like that individual had some other ax to grind. I have been to Home Depots in other cities, and as reviewer Kevin Williams noted, this location is one of the best. As he also noted, there is little turnover at this store and it is very well-managed.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago