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Stephani Kyle
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Attended Centenary College of Louisiana
Lives in Dallas, TX
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  • Centenary College of Louisiana
  • Little Rock Central High School
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Other names
Skyle
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National Sales Manager
Employment
  • ReachLocal
    Manager, National Brands & Franchises, 2006 - present
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Dallas, TX
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Little Rock, AR - Greenville, TX - College Station, TX - Tega Cay, SC - Katy, TX - Shreveport, LA - Sebring, FL - Kauai, HI - Kingsport, TN
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Over-priced, mediocre food. Cute street, the cupcakes probably have to be $5 to pay for the overhead but they should taste good (and I use "good" loosely as I eat gluten free for health reasons so I understand they will taste different). The guy recommended the brownies over the cupcakes stating that they were better; on that recommendation I definitely wouldn't recommend the cupcakes. Brownies were average...bland and small. I didn't even finish my little cupcake and I love chocolate. They are gluten free though, so I appreciate the thought.
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Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Two tellers at lunch time is not making the cut. There are over 10 people in a line with only one teller moving through people at an average of 3 minutes a person we'll be here at least half an hour.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
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