- VTC System Administrator
Nick lived in San Francisco, CA for 3 1/2 years after moving from Tampa Bay, Florida and has gone on to develop many successful websites that have gone on to create media buzz, that has allowed some of his work to be featured in magazines such as Sports Illustrated and has been interviewed on hundreds of radio shows across America. He has been featured for his love of technology on the front page of the St. Petersburg Times as well. Currently he resides in Seattle, Washington after moving there in May of 2011.
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