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David Beisner
Worked at City of Dayton
Attended Bryan College
Lives in Pagosa Springs, CO
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I've stayed at lots of cheap hotels all over the world. This one crosses the line between cheap and unacceptable. The fold out sofa bed looked like the sheets hadn't been changed in months and I had to have housekeeping change them before we could use them. Molding around the floor in the bathroom was rotting. Someone's beer bottle got left in the closet. Two moldy hand towels were left hanging on the shower curtain. The no smoking room reeked of cigarette smoke and was outfitted with ash trays. The fridge in the room didn't work. The ice machine for the whole building didn't work. The "hot" breakfast consisted of a toaster and a dirty waffle maker with make your own waffles. The staff was nice, but lacked the basic concepts of hospitality. The courtesy shuttle to the hotel was an old van driven quite recklessly, with half the seat belts broken or missing. The room was only $64/night, but I felt like that was even double what the room was worth.
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I had an employee offer to pay for his own hotel if that location was all there was. A corporate travel agent had booked him there. Welcome and hope it gets better.
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Leigh and me in Pocket Wilderness, January 2009
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Husband and Father, Lodge Manager, and former Firefighter
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I work full time as the Media Specialist for Bryan College, responsible for all promotional video production for the college, all social media for the college, and I assist with web development and graphic design as well.

I also work as a paid-on-call firefighter for the City of Dayton, am certified as FF1 (soon to be FF2) with the State of Tennessee, and hold a number of other specialty certifications in fire fighting.
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  • Bryan College
    Politics & Government, 2004 - 2010
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Lodge Manager, Advocare Independent Distributor
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  • City of Dayton
    Firefighter, 2008 - 2012
  • Bryan College
    Media Specialist, 2008 - 2012
  • Toliver Construction
    General Laborer, 2006 - 2009
  • Pioneer College Caterers
    Cook/Line Manager/Banquet Manager, 2005 - 2008
  • Snow Wolf Lodge
    Property Manager, 2012 - present
    I manage all aspects of Snow Wolf Lodge, including maintenance, housekeeping, hospitality, and budgeting. We are a four season lodge and retreat center in Pagosa Springs, Colorado, owned and operated by Summit Ministries.
  • Advocare
    Independent Distributor, 2012 - present
    I work as an independent distributor for Advocare, International, a manufacturer of world-class nutritional supplements and performance elite products. We offer solutions in both health and wellness and in financial security
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Pagosa Springs, CO
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Dayton, TN - Pembroke Pines, FL - Chattanooga, TN - St. Andrews, Scotland, UK - Pea Ridge, AR - Colorado Springs, CO
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Great playground for kids of all ages. Nice swing sets, brand new playground equipment with a great geodome, rope ladders, kiddie slides, and more. Nice and clean, very well kept up.
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How can I give chick fil a anything other than 5 stars? Consistently good food and great, polite service.
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reviewed 3 weeks ago
Second visit here. Food is excellent (burgers are best I've had in the Tampa area. And burgers are kinda my thing), cocktails are good, staff is attentive and friendly. Highly recommend and we will certainly be back.
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Service was good and good was great. No five star dining here, just good, tasty comfort food. And the portions are huge! The lobster roll was piled high! The lobster Mac was excellent and the shrimp scampi appetizer was great. Even the kids Mac came out in massive portions and it was the same homemade Mac N cheese as the adult option, not Kraft as you so often get at restaurants for the kids. We will be back next time we are in St Pete!
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
First and last visit. Service was decent and employees friendly but the quality of the food was abysmal. The Asian dishes were extremely poor. The sushi was okay but not great. The hibachi was the best thing going but it was also extremely limited in what it had to offer. $40 pre paid (not counting tip) for two kids and two adults for what was given is way overpriced. We won't be back.
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