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... a mechanical delay. Fortunately, we had given ourselves a nice, cushy, 3 hour layover in ATL, so there was no problem making our Amsterdam connection. We arrive tomorrow (Saturday) around 10am and have a full scheduled planned. We will keep you informed of our journey on this blog. Stay tuned for more pics and stories!
... team on the account management side of the company. Account management, to use Kathy's words, is BCD's "front line" with the customer. The people working in the department are responsible for direct, day-to-day contact with the likes of Siemens, the Home Depot, Emory and every other client. Also present from Kathy's team were:
- Lin Levine, VP
- Judy Brooks, Global AM
- Catherine Tripplehorn, Nat'l AM
... Concourse Parkway are known to Atlantans. After some confusion as to where I could park, I navigated to the 24th floor of tower six ("The King"), where I met the man of the hour at last: Chicka Elloy. A man known for countless smiley faces in e-mails and his general good humour. Most importantly, Chicka is the manager of BCD's Global Leadership Development programme and so is responsible for every aspect of my internship, as well as BCD's ...
... t have the time or space to write it all so if you want to know more about it, you'll either have to visit it yourselves (which I highly recommend) or search it and read about it.
OK, so after we walked around a little, we noticed that the tram was now running, so the three of us (Mike, Alma and myself) went for a ride up the side. It was not very windy on the way up, but once we were up there, it was windy. When we arrived, we noticed that the gift ...
... redneck” boys.
A torrential downpour and some strong winds on Thursday night caused some damage to RV awnings and pop-up campers in the park. Water puddled between the two layers of our awning, creating some water “bubbles”, but other than that, we survived it pretty well. Early Friday morning we headed up Stone Mountain on the 1.3 mile trail to the top (did I say “UP”?). Slow and steady, we made it. Kids and ...
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