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25 year old RN at Vanderbilt Univeristy Medical Center in Nashville tn on a Neurology, Neurosurgery and Epilepsy step down floor been doing this for 5 years so lets say i was pushing morphine before i could buy abeer legally and oh yea did i mention i work days a week so lets say golf is in my future when the weather is willing

 

 

 

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25 year old RN at Vanderbilt Univeristy Medical Center in Nashville tn on a Neurology, Neurosurgery and Epilepsy step down floor been doing this for 5 years so lets say i was pushing morphine before i could buy abeer legally and oh yea did i mention i work days a week so lets say golf is in my future when the weather is willing

 

 

 

Andrew Bush

 

 

I grew up, and used to live in, Nashville.

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I teach high school history and coach golf and basketball. And I do woodworking, but that's more "to support my golf addiction" than "for a living".

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O boy, here I go:

 

I am a National Sales rep and Inside Sales Manager for Fashion Brand House. I work and have worked, mostly in the Urban Clothing business for the past 10 years, but we now own some more contemporary lines like Antik Denim and Taverniti Jeans. I sell goods into Saks, Macy's, Neiman Marcus, to Down Town Locker Rooms, Up Against the Walls (which we own), Planet Funks(which we just bought) to the smallest "mom and pop" urban and contemporary stores and boutiques.

 

I run inside and outside sales reps, but over the years as we have gone from 14 employees to 95 now (not counting retail stores), I do some production work, a lot of marketing, consulting, trending and forecasting, sales, managing, to setting up our Clothing Shows.

 

I also run a golf blog, am the President of our Local Golf Club, and a member of the YSC (Youth Services Club of Virginia)

 

I strive to be the golf business someday, but it's going to be on my terms, my company and my outside the box thinking that will propel it to succeed.

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O boy, here I go:

 

I am a National Sales rep and Inside Sales Manager for Fashion Brand House. I work and have worked, mostly in the Urban Clothing business for the past 10 years, but we now own some more contemporary lines like Antik Denim and Taverniti Jeans. I sell goods into Saks, Macy's, Neiman Marcus, to Down Town Locker Rooms, Up Against the Walls (which we own), Planet Funks(which we just bought) to the smallest "mom and pop" urban and contemporary stores and boutiques.

 

I run inside and outside sales reps, but over the years as we have gone from 14 employees to 95 now (not counting retail stores), I do some production work, a lot of marketing, consulting, trending and forecasting, sales, managing, to setting up our Clothing Shows.

 

I also run a golf blog, am the President of our Local Golf Club, and a member of the YSC (Youth Services Club of Virginia)

 

I strive to be the golf business someday, but it's going to be on my terms, my company and my outside the box thinking that will propel it to succeed.

 

Just an idea but maybe a casual yet classy golf clothing line. I always like to watch Ryan Moore on the course becasue he looks so caual but still looks like he knows how to play. I am not a fan of the Puma line but they seem to be the only company that makes that Casual look.

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I work for a community bank in south central Kentucky. I am the Default Management/Loss Mitigation Specialist, which at this time in our economy is a very busy job. Not always fun, but it has its moments when it can be rewarding.

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I work for a community bank in south central Kentucky. I am the Default Management/Loss Mitigation Specialist, which at this time in our economy is a very busy job. Not always fun, but it has its moments when it can be rewarding.

That must be a rough one sometimes. Hopefully your job will get more and more positive as the economy gets better.

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That must be a rough one sometimes. Hopefully your job will get more and more positive as the economy gets better.

actually I would think that as the economy gets worse, it gets more positive for his position lol

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I am a student at the moment studying Graphic Design. I work for public relations here at my college. In the summer I work on my local muni. This Summer, I plan to intern/work part time at local photographers places.

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That must be a rough one sometimes. Hopefully your job will get more and more positive as the economy gets better.

 

The unfortunate thing is even if the economy gets better my job will still be busy. There are a lot of people out there that aren't really affected by layoffs and other issues...they just merely spend way too much money on unnecessary items when they need to pay their bills. It's unfortunate, but you have to be honest with those people and try to get them straightened out.

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actually I would think that as the economy gets worse, it gets more positive for his position lol

 

It does give me more job security, but the demand right now is almost overbearing at times.

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I am a student at the moment studying Graphic Design. I work for public relations here at my college. In the summer I work on my local muni. This Summer, I plan to intern/work part time at local photographers places.

Are you playing golf for the college?

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Not this year. Hopefully next year. If I shave about 5-10 strokes this summer.

Good luck! I just ordered a team bag from the coach at my college. Can't wait to rock it. Would be nice if it was from being a player at the college, rather than faculty.

Looking at where they play this season, it is amazing. Fantastic public and private venues. Some way out of the typical college student greens fee budget.

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I'm 41 years old and I'm a software development manager for a major telecommunications manufacturer based in the suburbs of Chicago.

 

I played competitive amateur golf in High School but didn't play in college. Took a long hiatus from the game and didn't pick up a stick until about 8 years ago and really only serious for the last three years. I also started my own golf website last year and that along with playing and spending quality time with the family burns up most of my non-work hours.

 

Before relocating to the Chicago area, I lived in Arizona for 17 years and graduated from Arizona State for my undergrad.

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