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Manuel Dipres
Works at Amway
Lives in Grand Rapids, MI
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I'm a... Believer (He Loves U). Husband. Proud Dad. Business Man. Introvert (at times & sometimes opposite). Aficionado, Sensitive to Diverse Cultures, Hustler.
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Manny. Multilingual. Ability to work well independently and as member of a team. Ability to relate easily with all kinds of people. Sensitive to diverse cultures. A born leader; inspires others to work at their highest level. Experience in negotiating. Goal oriented, creative, and resourceful.
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Grand Rapids, MI
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Consultant in the Business and Risk Management world ...
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Negotiation. Multilingual. Fast Thinker.
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  • Amway
    Consultant, 2004 - present
    In my current role I serve as a Regional Advisor to the Latin American Region of the Amway marketplace. In this role I serve as the primary liaison to the Business Conduct team in both the region and the 12 individual markets. Collectively we administer distributor contractual agreements to ensure the protection of the company's assets and reputation.
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Rooms are not nice (compared to other resorts on the island). The food is horrible. If you're coming for the food, think about it and read other reviews. As an example, during breakfast, at the omelet station, I asked the cook to please stop cracking the eggs and using his hands to throw the shells in the garbage can (he had to use his hands to open the trash container and then go back and grab the items going in on my omelette ... Nasty!) At the Italian restaurant they serve Dominican frying cheese as "mozzarella sticks" as an appetizer. The Mexican restaurant is the nastiest "Mexican" food. You're better off getting a regular hotel, cooking your own food, and going to a public beech as the locals do. The pool and beach that you have access to as a guest on this property are decent. If you've never come to the Dominican Republic, and come here, please DO NOT ASSUME all resorts are like this one.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Near airport. Good beds.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Always a great choice. 2nd time here, impressed yet again. Order a Provoleta and then a Vacio cut (Flank steak). I wish I had another stomach!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Great location. Nice rooms. Great service.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Hotel is nice. Close to many things. In the Recoleta district. Minutes from great restaurants (walking). Only downfall is the walls are too thin... I was able to hear everything the next door couple did... Everything if you know what I mean.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago