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Jorge Echeverria
Works at IBM
Attended Duquesne University
Lives in Dallas, TX
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Sales & Consulting
  • IBM
    Sales Specialist, 2012 - present
  • Distributed Energy Financial Group
    Consultant in Energy, 2008 - 2011
  • Inter-American Development Bank
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Dallas, TX
San Salvador - Pittsburgh - Washington DC - Rome - Florence - London - Madrid - Paris
Toro en mi rodeo y torazo en rodeo ajeno
Soy feliz con un vino y un trozo de pan,
y, también, como no, con caviar y champán.
Bragging rights
I am an IBMer
  • Duquesne University
    International Relations, 2000 - 2004
  • Tulane University
    Master of Management, 2011 - 2013
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Mr. Wyatt provided me with superb customer service and was one of the reasons why I bought a vehicle from this dealership. He took the time to pick me up, drive me to the dealership, test drive the car and really explain all the details of the purchase I was about to make. I definitely recommend this dealership and Mr. Wyatt and plan on keeping using their services for as long as I am in the Dallas area. Regards, Jorge Echeverria
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I eat out a lot and thus spend a substantial amount of money on places I like. My rule of thumb is to always feel I’m getting my money’s worth ideally by all these three: a good meal, a nice place/good atmosphere and good service. On Sunday afternoon I got nothing out of Georgetown’s Le Pain Quotidien. Service was so appalling that I had to stand up and leave. In the 20 minutes I sat there, I never got a glass of water (which I asked for three times), much less the drinks my large party of three ordered. The waiter had no idea –he admitted he was new– to which I sympathize: I’ve been a waiter myself and never knew more than 3 beers from our list (this guy knew nothing). But I don’t want to be hard on the new waiter but on management. There was simply no manager in sight; no one who cared how terrible their service was. I’m happy to eat out and spend money on food/drinks but never when service is this bad. Make yourself a favor: do not go to Le Pain Quotidien. p.s. I’m still waiting to talk to the Manager…
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Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
2 reviews