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Old 28th June 2002, 07:38 AM   #11
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Geez, I can't even get my foot in a door, let alone talk to anyone.
Resumes all go into a black hole. I've given up on electronics as a career; it's just a hobby now. Nothing but dead end jobs down here in south Seattle.
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Old 28th June 2002, 08:18 AM   #12
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Cowan,

Definitely take them up on their offer of showing the new sound room in Vale...

Also, I should have mentioned to you that it's always best to drop by in person for a quick inquiry rather than calling them... (very quick because you don't have an appointment and their time is valuable) This way, you're not just someone calling them who perhaps isn't serious... I would most certainly drive up to Vale and get to know someone who works for PS Audio first hand... If they made you this offer they were leaving the door open and basically saying that they were willing to spend a little time getting to know you better... If nothing comes of it, then fine - you still will have had a great drive and had the opportunity to listen to some great music... The time investment just might pay dividends...

You might also try Boulder Amps.... Look here:

http://www.boulderamp.com/

Drop by in person and let them know you would LOVE to work there....

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