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Sam Jacobs
Works at Aire-Ride Transfer, Inc.
Attended LIU - CW Post
Lives in Brooklyn, NY
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Charles Tyrwhitt presents 'The Race' | A neat little video from one of my favorite shirt brands Google Play Music Hosts Blue Moon Dinner at The Surf Lodge (Hamptons Magazine) Why Fashion Retailers ...
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Allen Edmonds doesn't exactly advertise the fact that they have a handful of outlet stores, and that the styles available at these store may be viewed on their outlet website, the appropriately titled, Shoe Bank. The styles s...
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As we get into the dog days of summer, and my New York Mets are starting to look like a team that could very well be playing October baseball, I have started to think about what I will be wearing t...
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The BDS movement, which urges artists and consumers to boycott Israel and Israeli products, gained an unlikely supporter, as the Israeli government announc
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Allen Edmonds doesn't exactly advertise the fact that they have a handful of outlet stores, and that the styles available at these store may be viewed on their outlet website, the appropriately titled, Shoe Bank . The styles shown on the site cannot at pres...
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Every man needs a third place. And for that matter, sometimes we even need a fourth and fifth place as well. If you are unfamiliar with this concept, I'll break it down for you: Your first place is typically home. It's where you sleep, dress, and spend time...
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  • SUNY - Oneonta
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Writer | Runner | Husband | Father | Zionist | Double 0 | Mets Fan | New Yorker
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Reintroduced 'Build Me Up, Buttercup' to the world.
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Business Development Manager
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Retail, materials, sales, account management
Employment
  • Aire-Ride Transfer, Inc.
    Business Development Manager, 2015 - present
  • Freelance Project Manager
    Retail Consultant, 2009 - 2015
  • PVH
    Store Design - Project Manager (Contract), 2013 - 2015
  • Marlite
    Retail Systems Specialist, 2011 - 2012
  • Impact Resource Group
    New Business Development Manager, 2010 - 2011
  • Dynamic Resources, Inc
    Senior Account Manager, 2001 - 2009
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Brooklyn, NY
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LI, NY - Oneonta, NY
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I brought a blazer in to have two buttons reinforced. It cost me $6. Yes, that is not cheap by any means. However, they were able to complete it in a matter of minutes. Another dry cleaner on the block wanted to charge me the same thing, but could not guarantee it would be finished today. We're not talking a big alteration here - this is two buttons. Bottom line - Front Street in DUMBO is an expensive place to do business. But at least they provided service to match the price.
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Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Nice, spacious shop with lots of seating and a hip industrial vibe. Excellent coffee. The music (spun on vinyl) sets a nice tone without being overbearing. I wish they had a better selection of sweets - maybe a selection of cookies. Otherwise, a great place for my afternoon pick-me-up.
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reviewed 2 weeks ago
Solid grilled cheese!
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Very satisfied with Great Neck Nissan. I am on my second leased vehicle from them. The sales team, and service department have been very helpful.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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I wanted to check out The Polo Bar when it first opened up. Who wouldn't want to dine in this tribute hall to all things preppy and elegant? Ok, maybe that sort of thing is not for everyone. But I aspire to such heights. While I may not currently live in a multi-million dollar town house or wear a custom tailored suit every day, and collect vintage cars, and sail to Nantucket during the summer, I can certainly indulge in the occasional fine dining experience. And that's what The Polo Bar is. Is the food perfect? No. But everything else is, and that makes the food and the experience that much better. The hard part about eating here is the wait. You need to call one month in advance to reserve your spot. On my way in the door, I was greeted by a man and woman working the door, and dressed similarly in camel-colored overcoats. The gent checked my reservation and let me in. I entered into the bar area which is small, but has a fair amount of small cocktail tables. I met my guest (my dad) and we were escorted down the stairs to the dining room where we were promptly greeted by a man in charcoal trousers, a navy blazer (with brass buttons), shirt, and tie. Another similarly dressed gent took our coats. I was starting to notice a theme here. We were seated next to a foursome of young (20's) attractive (3/4) students (?) - my dad taking the inside seat on a tufted leather seat, and I on the outside in a standard restaurant chair. The tables are covered in white tablecloths. The dishes are all white with blue trim sporting the Polo Bar logo. We took our time once given the food and drink menus. I ordered a Vesper martini. My dad got a vodka gimlet. They mix a good drink. They brought complementary popovers and soft butter. The service and presentation impeccable. I should also all waiters and waitresses were dressed alike in charcoal trousers, white oxford shirts, repp strip ties, and medium brown oxford shoes. We started with a delightful tuna tartare. For an entree, we split a 22oz bone-in rib-eye steak supposedly originating from Ralph's personal RRL ranch in Colorado. The steak came with pepper corn sauce and fries, and we added a plate of roasted brussels sprouts. Everything was wonderful. The steak was cooked to perfection. I mentioned earlier that the food is not perfect. So, the sprouts were a little on the small side. The steak had a little more fat than I prefer. They don't lose a star over this. We finished up and ordered cups of Ralph's coffee, a scoop of sorbet, and a slice of cheesecake with blueberry compote. Again, everything was delicious! I will return again, but not for at least a month...
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reviewed a month ago
Comfortable, practical rooms. Good bed. Nice shower. Great ambience in the lobby bar.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
At first glance, The Liberty looks awesome! On warmer days, they open up the front. Patrons sit half outside on a comfy sofa slurping big fat oysters along with their martinis, or frosty pints of craft ale. Once inside, however it's a like most midtown bars - overcrowded, overpriced, and underwhelming. It's definitely a cool layout - lots of tables surround a center bar. There's also a basement level with another small bar and additional seating. If your plan is to have a couple of after-work drinks with colleagues, it's perfectly fine. The food is mediocre, at best. I didn't try the oysters the last time I was there, so maybe that's where I went wrong; fried calamari felt like a safe bet, but not here. I would drink there again, and perhaps next time I will give the oysters a fair shot.
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