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Doug Wheaton
Works at FedEx Freight
Attends Kellogg Community College
Lives in Coldwater, MI 49036
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That's great lol Sorry buddy!
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Graphic Designer, Dock Worker
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Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Dreamweaver
Employment
  • FedEx Freight
    Dock Worker, 2014 - present
  • Hungry Howie's Pizza
    2005 - 2014
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Coldwater, MI 49036
Previously
Honolulu, Hawaii - Goose Creek, South Carolina
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Doug Wheaton Jr from the grand ol' town of Bronson, MI
Bragging rights
Clean and sober 11 years!
Education
  • Kellogg Community College
    Graphic Design, 2012 - present
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Overall, the airhouse isn't a bad place to play. It has both indoor and outdoor airsoft battling action, and they've gone the extra mile in working out different game modes to keep things fresh. The facility itself is an old factory, and yes, it's rundown, but it gives that sense of a true battle torn part of a city, something you'd see in Call of Duty. My only gripe is that the staging area is entirely too small, and they let entirely too many people in to play. I was there this last Saturday, and they had 91 players for a facility that should have no more than 50 on the field at a time. They really need to expand or they're going to risk losing players.
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Quality: GoodAppeal: GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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