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Kevin Bell
Works at Loon Mountain Resort
Attended Plymouth State College, Plymouth, NH
Lives in North Woodstock, NH
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Marketing
Employment
  • Loon Mountain Resort
    Marketing Manager, 2012 - present
  • Waterville Valley Resort
    Marketing Manager, 2005 - 2011
  • Waterville Valley Resort
    Graphic Designer, 2005 - 2011
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North Woodstock, NH
Previously
Barkhamsted, CT - Newport, RI - Portland, OR
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  • Plymouth State College, Plymouth, NH
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The Peanut Butter Cup Crumble is beyond amazing. And my wife would trade everything for a Cruffin - ask about it. What an awesome edition to our town. I just wish they were open every day!
Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
Efficient, friendly and upfront service. I couldn't be happier with my first experience here. Tim's is now our go-to shop.
Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
Insanely awesome food and atmosphere. I've never been to The Big Easy, but my gut instinct that Theodore's is totally authentic. Tip: get the Burnt Ends
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Since new ownership, the food has been elevated to an all-time exceptional level. The menu features don't-miss items for lunch, dinner, breakfast. With everything made on-premise, Cascade is a hard place to resist. My favorites: blueberry muffin, Falafel (even as a loyal meat-eater), homemade sausage with house maple mustard.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
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Fresh, bright and friendly. My wife and I found this delightful place on Yelp! and we are so glad we did. Sunday morning was busy, but when the greeter smiles, welcomes you in and then offers you a selection of coffee - a 20-minute wait is not so bad. We waited a bit, but the place was clean and inviting so it didn't bother us one bit. Ultimately we sat and the counter and ordered based on the recommendation of the waitress: Cinnamon Roll French Toast and Sweet Spuds. Both plates were dynamite - so good that we split them. And our total bill was just over $20. Perfect Sunday breakfast. We will most certainly be back. Especially since it's so close to I-93.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
To call this a museum, is an insult to other museums. This is an indoor playground that is targeted for very young kids - toddlers mostly. It's fine when the weather is unruly, but overall it feels cheap and very basic.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago