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Heather Cairns
Works at Coastal Streets
Attended School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Lives in East Coast & West Coast
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In her circles
62 people
Have her in circles
155 people
Alexandra Dunne's profile photo
Merry Yen's profile photo
Apurba Biswas's profile photo
Jane Carroll's profile photo
Felipe Phil's profile photo
Jacquie Davidson's profile photo
Hailey Burns's profile photo
Charles Sandison's profile photo
Frank Drake's profile photo
Work
Occupation
Property Developer
Skills
After completing 6 renovations, studied interior design to make it official.
Employment
  • Coastal Streets
    President, present
    Developing single and multi family units on the East and West coasts.
  • Google
    HR Manager, 2004
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Currently
East Coast & West Coast
Previously
Boston - San Francisco - Palm Beach
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Story
Tagline
Still Wondering What I Wanna Be When I Grow Up
Introduction
I live here, there and everywhere.
I do a little of this, that and the other thing.
Bragging rights
Early Googler. Recently completed grad program in painting at SMFA.
Education
  • School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
    2008
  • Massachusetts College of Art
    1988
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Gender
Female
Criminal. Rooms the size of coffins. Stained carpets. Sink is unusable. Toilet rocked if you tried to sit on it. Poorly trained staff. Nickel and dimed to death with "resort charges" even though a pool was closed. $48 to park your car. Crazily overpriced: $11 for a cup of tea to take to your room...yourself! Forget sleeping through the thumping of the club below. Worst hotel at which I've ever stayed.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
That bad. I could have ordered all my audio equipment from Amazon and have it arrive at my door step but wanted to give the brick and mortar guy some business. I thought customer service would be part of the experience. I couldn't be more wrong. I was informed that they would email me as soon as my order arrived. After about 10 days, I called. My stuff had been sitting there for quite some time. I drove 10 miles in traffic and hunted for parking. When I walked through the door, I felt a bunch of bad attitude. So sorry you musicians have to work for a living! Please forgive me for not looking like a starving artist. I apologize for giving you my money. Jason disappeared to gather my order. He was gone for a while so I wandered around the store. When and if he returned, did he look for me to say "here it is?" or "thank you"? Nope. I found a big box unceremoniously sitting on a counter. Where was Jason? Was this even mine? Is the order complete? Should I grab it? Is there a receipt? Someone? Anyone? Help? That place was a slap in the face. It doesn't bode well for the other brick and mortar guys because that turn off was enough to send me back to the convenience of Amazon forever.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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