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Marc Fest
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Attended Free University of Berlin
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  • Free University of Berlin
    Communications, 1989 - 1997
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  • Joy.net LLC
    co-founder, 2012 - present
  • Knight Foundation
    Vice president of communications, 2007 - 2012
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The Everglades Outpost may well be the most up close and personal way of getting an insight into the Everglades. It is a non-profit educational wildlife sanctuary run by idealist and animal lover Bob Freer, his wife Barbara and his small band of volunteers. The Outpost is actually Bob's home where he lives with his wife. He shares the 5-acre property with more than 200 animals, including a puma, a bear, wolves and many varieties of alligators, crocodiles, snakes, zebras, etc. Each critter was rescued from near certain death, and each has a unique story of how it came to the Outpost. Many of these tales seem to involve arrests of people, who had to give up their exotic pets when they ran afoul the law. Each of these stories sheds a different light on the people and the animals of the exotic and quixotic world that is South Florida and the Everglades. If you love animals, if you want to connect in a totally different way with this unique corner of our planet, and if you're looking for a non-touristy, authentic experience, this is it!
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I recently saw Quinn to deal with a great amount of lower back pain that had bothered me for more than a week. I was literally walking around crooked sideways. During the session, Quinn applied a mix of acupuncture, massage, and “energy work.” Now, I would describe myself as a scientifically thinking person, but with an open mind to mechanisms of healing we don’t yet fully understand. Long story short, I felt 80% better the next day. I’m grateful to Quinn and recommend her services.
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