Rod Garcia
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At 3:12pm on February 26, 2009, Nate Jewett said…
Hey Brother!

Just making it happen here in Omaha! How are things with you?

Nate
At 1:43pm on February 19, 2009, Gary Gold said…
Hi Rod, midtown
also based out of long island, how about you
At 3:28pm on March 11, 2008, Cherese DeJesus said…
Hi Rod, I'm new to this site and I'm looking forward to networking and sharing ideas!

~Cherese~
At 12:41pm on February 11, 2008, Brad Remington said…
Hey dude, great site, thanks for showing me the way.

Go Jayhawks!!
At 9:36am on January 31, 2008, Nick Araco, Jr., Esq. said…
Rod--sorry that I missed you yesterday. Let me know when and if you are available to speak today. Nick

610-316-1660
At 9:19am on January 30, 2008, Nick Araco, Jr., Esq. said…
Rod -- I want to connect with you at some point..let me know when you are available to chat.
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At 4:21pm on November 16, 2007, Slouch said…
Do you know Matt Martone?
 
 
 

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