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The On Ramp

The Blue Mountain Internet Customer Newsletter

 Issue # 47 September 2007 
NEWSLETTER CONTENTS
  • Greetings from the Edi...
  • Chatting with Cheryl
  • BMI 4 Business
  • Crossword
  • The Endless Question
  • Picturefind
  • What if your computer ...
  • Not Too Far A Reach
  • What If I Moved to Sea...
  • What if I want to chan...
  • Top 10 Highest Paid At...
  • What if your computer ...
  • What If You Couldn't S...
  • Wordfind
  • Kudos


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  • Chatting with Cheryl
    by Carol Hall
    September 2007

    Cheryl joined the BMI Team almost a year ago, and we are very lucky to have her.  She is an outstanding customer advocate, and works as a Customer Service Representative to help you with your sales, technical or billing needs.  Always friendly and willing to help!  Here is a little 'glimpse" of Cheryl in a recent chat I had with her:

    Editor: Where were you born, and where did you grow up?
    Cheryl:   I was born in Seattle, WA, and grew up mostly in Eugene, Oregon.

    Editor: What was your FIRST paying job?
    Cheryl:   Baby sitting when I was 11, and then moving up to Herfy's when I was 14.

    Editor: What was the "worst" or "most difficult" job you have ever done?
    Cheryl:   The most difficult job I have ever done is driving combine while harvesting rye grass.  It was hot, the hours were long and the pay was low.

    Editor: What "historical event" has had the biggest impact on you?
    Cheryl:   September 11 - Without a doubt!

    Editor: If you could play any musical instrument, what would it be?
    Cheryl:   I would play the drums, or maybe the flute.

    Editor: If you could write a book about anything at all...what would the title be?
    Cheryl:   The title would be "How to be Humble".

    Editor: Who is your favorite fictional character and why?
    Cheryl:   Tweety, he is smart and quick-witted.

    Editor: What was your very first car?
    Cheryl:   A 1971 two-tone green Ford Torino.

    Editor: Where is the one place you have never been, that you would like to visit?
    Cheryl:   Australia

    Editor: If you could only eat one food, for the rest of your life, what would it be?
    Cheryl:   Lobster!

    Editor: Close your eyes and imagine you are in a place called "Perfect" Where are you?
    Cheryl:   Heaven

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