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Corri Olson
Works at CareerBuilder, LLC
Attended University of Montana - Missoula
Lives in Duluth, GA
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Work
Occupation
Software Developer
Employment
  • CareerBuilder, LLC
    Software Engineer II, 2013 - present
  • Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation
    Software Developer, 2012 - 2013
  • University of Montana
    TA, 2009 - 2012
  • USDA Forest Service
    Web Programmer, 2009 - 2011
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Currently
Duluth, GA
Previously
Ashland, MT - Missoula, MT - Harlowton, MT - Lolo, MT - Cork, Ireland
Story
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A outdoor loving nerd.
Introduction
Yep. Me.
Bragging rights
Studied abroad, made friends with wolves, been the best man in a wedding
Education
  • University of Montana - Missoula
    Computer Science, 2006 - 2012
  • University College Cork - National University of Ireland, Cork
    Computer Science/Study Abroad, 2009 - 2010
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Gender
Female
Birthday
October 18
I bought my mother a bracelet from this location last year, for her fiftieth birthday. The service was lackluster, as was the service when I returned several times over the last 8 months to get charms for her bracelet. The final straw was when I went in the store for Mother's Day yesterday. When I initially entered the mall, there was a line, so my boyfriend and I went elsewhere, in order to let the line die down. When we came back, there was no line and room at the counter. Naturally, we entered the store and began looking at the trays of charms under the glass. We were immediately accosted by a women behind the counter helping another customer asking us to leave the store, there was a line, and someone would be with us shortly. My response was something along the lines of "We're not allowed to look?" The sales person backpedaled immediately, as my voice tone made it quite clear I felt insulted. Apparently, as a young woman dressed in jeans and a t-shirt, I did not look like their normal clientele, which just makes me angrier to think about. I am young professional who prefers to dress down during the weekend. Not to mention, it was MOTHERS DAY. Lots of people of all kinds were there to spend their money on the women in their life. When I had (quickly) selected a charm, and entered the checkout line, the same woman came up and said she was "sorry if she offended us" she just wanted us to get the "customer service we deserved". Since when is kicking your customers out of the store good customer service? I will not be back to this location. Guess I will have to find somewhere else to fill my mothers bracelet.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
There is nothing quite like a medium rare steak cooked over a wood pit, and Guy's provides this with a western (border-line tacky, i will admit) flair. Expect log home and taxidermy, with AMAZING FOOD! I have had their seafood and their steak, and have yet to find something I don't like. There's a reason they have been Missoula's Choice for best steak for several year's running!
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
These gyros are fantastic, but be sure to try their Greek salad if you don't want the pita! Also, the Greek pastries are awesome (best baklava I've ever had), and the fries are great normal but even better if you ask for Greek fries with lemon juice and spices on them! Plus the people are just great.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
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This tapas style restaurant is what Missoula was missing, and boy do they deliver. From their customer-voted upon monthly menu of world-cuisine, to their awesome atmosphere in the old Crystal Theatre, this place is just fun! Kudos to the Risho brothers, and be sure to try the ceviche.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago