Well guys, after that long thread about what I should do on a job interview, it payed off. I was offered the job this morning at about 1130. You are currently speaking to the brand new Key account manager of NC for the Hains Celestial food brands. I am pretty excited because it is my first big boy job out of college, and it seems to be a great job. Great pay, benefits, and such. Plus they are a huge company that I can maybe one day move on up in. Just like the Jeffereson's haha.
Anyways, I wanted to say thanks to all yall out there that gave me advice on how to get this job. Maybe now I will have more money to pour into the Mustang. Hell I may even buy a few more Mustangs, maybe a new stable to put them in.
1969 Coupe, (Future Toy & project)
Previous Mustangs,65 Fastback, 68 J code GT Coupe, 69 Coupe, & 70 Coupe.
MCA#-04549. MCA member for 35 years.
"The times I've been mistaken, its impossible to say". - The Moody Blues.
My 69 Coupe build album http://s1238.photobucket.com/albums/ff499/NJMike69/
If you want to climb the corporate ladder I would recommend reading the 7 habits book. Just ignore all the sappy junk and take the info for what it is. It's really helped me at work and with my kids (believe it or not).
1968 Coupe - Original Sprint B, J-Code Car
"For Amature Restorers the line between 'fixing it' and 'breaking it' can be very blurry " - My Brain
Full floor pan
Shelby drop, 4 wheel drum to disc conversion, rebuild front suspension/steering, taillight panel, trunk floor,302 and AOD upgrade, wiring harnesses back in, and hopefully only patch panels on the quarters
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