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William McNulty
Works at National Geographic Magazine
Attended Eastern Illinois University
Lived in Chicago
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88 people
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  • National Geographic Magazine
    Director of Maps, 2005 - present
  • USGS
    Field Geologist, 1995 - 1998
  • The Washington Post
    Map Artist, 1998 - 1999
  • New York Times
    Graphics Editor, 1999 - 2005
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Chicago - New York - Washington Dc
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  • Eastern Illinois University
    Geology
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Beware. Avoid. I reserved a truck and movers online and they confirmed the reservation and the moving crew. Day of, no word from the crew. I call repeatedly and finally get to a mover who is overwhelmed and he says they can't make it. I call around and get help from friends and hire a guy on the corner to help. Go the Redwood store to pick up the truck. Its crazy in there. They are out of trucks. I had a confirmed reservation. They have a guarantee. I'm told there is nothing they can do and no manager is on duty so call tomorrow and talk to him to get your $50. Nightmare. I had to find another truck, pay off the help and move myself. Took until after midnight. Cost a fortune. Icing on the cake: call for the $50 and I'm told someone will "look into my concerns" and get back to me. Later, I'm emailed a coupon. Yeah, no explanation, no apology just a u-haul coupon. Hey U-haul, please call me so I can tell you what to do with your coupon...
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