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Kevin Frye
Works at Jeff Wyler Automotive Family
Attended Boston University
Lives in Cincinnati, OH
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Digital Dealer 18 review and recap is complete - enjoy #DD18   #digitaldealer   #autonews  +Digital Dealer 
Kevin Frye shares his review of the Digital Dealer 18 conference in Tampa, FL. Learn about the newest trends in automotive eCommerce, as well as see DD18 pictures and video.
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Hey #steelersnation  - I am a lifelong #CincinnatiBengals  fan and I will be the first to say that Troy Polamalu should be put into the #NFL  Hall of Fame asap. An incredible player and first class person. #troypolamalu   #pittsburghsteelers   #cincinnati  
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Very cool - gotta respect someone that commits 100% to a project like this. #henrythoreau   #thoreau   #juniatacollege  
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He was one of my #SERE  school instructors in 1989, and could still recite the names of the #POW  prisoners then, amazing story. #Vietnam  
SN HEGDAHL, USS CANBERRA – PRISONER OF WAR  By Dick “Beak” Stratton, Captain, USN (Ret.) It was a warmer than usual summer day in Clark, South Dakota when a rather large and ungainly young man...
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Great share +Kevin Frye​ TY. 
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Pretty good pilot flying that thing! 
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Grea job +Kevin Frye! Great to see you last week. 
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Early morning Easter hike at Cincinnati Nature Center #cincinnatinaturecenter #cincinnati #Easter 
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What rhymes with "Xenu"? That would be "CUCKOO".  Wow - I was blown away by "Going Clear" , the Scientology documentary/expose showing on HBO. Looks to be a money-making cult. When Scientology's top members are exposing it, what more can you say, wow... #goingclear   #hbo  
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Perhaps because he won't be the #1 pick? Either one might be playing his cards over the same thought... #NFLdraft   #MarcusMariota   #JameisWinston   #NFL  
Roger Goodell might not be shaking any hands when he announces the first two picks at the 2015 NFL Draft on April 30.
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Agent of Change in Automotive eCommerce
Introduction
Personal:  I came from nothing and am grateful for all I have.  I am blessed to have an awesome wife, 2 wonderful kids, and great family and friends that I love very much.

Business:  I continually seek to lead and excel within this fast moving internet market. As the eCommerce Director with a very large Automotive family - Jeff Wyler, I have helped to increase internet sales 200% and higher by creating and putting in place a full internet strategy which starts with inventory management, is merged with optimal online marketing and a highly effective sales process, and results in more vehicle sales and service revenue. As a former Naval officer, I am driven to produce results, and to lead people to reach their full potential. Being good and following is not enough, being the best and leading the pack is what I specialize in.
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Father of 2, Navy veteran with over 200 combat hours flown during Desert Storm
Education
  • Boston University
    BS Aerospace Enginerring, 1984 - 1988
  • University of Cincinnati
    MBA Finance, 1993 - 1996
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Male
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Occupation
eCommerce Director
Employment
  • Jeff Wyler Automotive Family
    eCommerce Director, 2007 - present
  • US Navy
    Naval Aviator, 1988 - 1996
  • K2 Financial Consulting
    President, 1996 - 2007
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Currently
Cincinnati, OH
Previously
Cincinnati, OH - Boston - Hawaii - Florida - California
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Was searching for a used John Deere tractor for sale. Lucky was the only person who had actually taken a video of his tractor listed for sale, demonstrating that everything worked well. I texted on a Sunday night and he responded quickly, answered my questions, and on Monday morning we finalized the deal. He emailed me the paperwork, I completed it and wired the money, and Lucky helped setup the delivery. Our new tractor was delivered a few days later and everything worked great. Thanks for your friendly help and the great tractor.
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Beware of the Park Rangers! My son and I have visited Hocking Hills for years to camp and hike. We were met by a Park Ranger as we approached our car after dusk after hiking (November visit so it gets dark earlier). He indicated that we were on the trail after dusk and we apologized and indicated that we were heading back to our campground. He then wrote THREE citations for $135 EACH. One for myself, another for my teenage son, and another for the car being in the parking lot. No warning. The tickets were issued on a Saturday evening and payment was required by Wednesday morning. I found MULTIPLE other experiences like mine online on other sites where the Park Rangers at Hocking Hills hand out these $135 tickets without warning all of the time. Incredibly disappointed in our state park. I am one of those people that donates money at tax time to Ohio State Parks, and have been a long time supporter, but this type of revenue pursuing behavior is embarassing for our Park Rangers. This was NOT about hiker safety - that would have taken a simple warning, or at worst, one citation. This was about an overzealous Park Ranger looking to take advantage of park visitors to collect revenue. What should have been a great visit to the beautiful area of Hocking Hills turned into a bitter experience.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Super friendly staff, conveniently located within walking distance of Bar Harbor (or take the free trolley that stops at the entrance) and has direct access to Arcadia National Park. Wifi is good, and there is a great breakfast included with plenty of food for adults and kids. GREAT VALUE and I appreciate the smile and "hello" from each of the staff we meet.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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LOVE this place. Food is authentic and incredibly good. If you like spicy food, they know how to serve it to perfection. Cannot say enough great things - highly recommend!
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We have gone to the lodge for MANY years and have always enjoyed it. Highlight was always the New Year's Eve party featuring a great band, Bad Habits, the Eye Docs of Rock. After booking this NYE package for over 10 years they decided to get a DJ instead - HUGE disappointment. Will not be booking this year unfortunately.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
ZERO customer service - do not recommend. We had 3 couples lined up to take the biplane tour that is heavily advertised in Bar Harbor and Arcadia National Park. Sounded like a once in a lifetime experience, so we called and were told to show up at 4:15, so we drove over immediately. Arrived at 4 and were told that they would try and accommodate us at 5:30 (we show up early but then they tell us more than an hour later when we arrive?), and were then told they don't like doing these flights as they don't make them any money - ???? Asked about returning the following day, and were told they would "try to accommodate us" and they told us at least 5 more times about how they don't like doing these flights as they make little money on them (15 minute scenic tour flights). We were getting ready to spend $450 and it was beyond obvious that they cared very little about anything else than making more money. I have no idea why they are in this business if they care little about their customers. WHY do you heavily advertise these flights if you don't like doing them? As an ex Naval Aviator, I would encourage you to try someone else. On behalf of all of those who love flying, don't let these folks ruin your experience with their total lack of enthusiasm beyond making a quick buck.
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Public - a year ago
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