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Gousterman
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Jam Sandwich
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36 years old
About Me

We are a Funk, Rock Band from Dallas, TX. You can frequently listen to our stuff on the Gumbo YAYA Radio Show at www.wrcr.com online OR if you're in the greater Rockland, NY area you can listen at 1300 am on your radio dial.



Jean Seger
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JimmyC Williams
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Scott A. stout
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Woodsey
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About Roger’s Music Promotions

    RogersMusicPromotions is simply and truly about real traditional country music; a website to keep that traditional sound alive in a time when country is often lost to a contemporary sound.  Rogers Music Promotions helps expose talent!.  There is a place on radio for the good musicians and artists that enjoy working together with those that understand REAL COUNTRY MUSIC and the “need” to keep it alive.  There is a big audience of people who enjoy the storytelling music from genuine and unique voices and following those that came before them. Make no mistake; VENUES NEED TO FILL THE SEATS when they book you!

Please Join Us In Keeping Traditional Country Music Alive !


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redneckgumboyaya
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Radio Show Promoting New Artists & Independent Businesses.

Our goal is to give radio air play to New and Independent Artists that major commercial stations will not play. 



Nash
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Paul Mac
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Sheila Kirk
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Tom Ossa
Administrator
Male
42 years old
About Me

Like most geeks and nerds, my love for computers and video games began at an early age. It started with things like checking out the movie Tron (the original one) when I was about 6 years old. An Atari and a game of Combat was a staple of my youth, and a few years later Mom got me a TRS-80 Color Computer, where I started learning to program in BASIC.

 

It wasn’t all fun and games though. My Grandfather had a bike shop in North Rockland that I used to go to every day after school. He would pay me $1 per bike that I repaired for him. It was a bargain for him even though he had to often pull me away from playing Nintendo in between repairs. But little by little, the work ethic got in there.

 

After high school I went to college and helped out more at the bike store as my Grandfather started to take a step back from the business. For five years I ran the shop with my wonderful Mom, and helped to develop a community of avid BMX and mountain bike riders. It was there that I built my first website, for the bike store (sometime around 1996 or 1997).

 

A few years later I realized that I wanted to do something else with my life, and decided to go back to finish my college degree. One day while driving on Route 202 I came up with a pretty cool idea to build a website that allows students to buy and sell books with each other, instead of going to the bookstore to pay more. It was launched and quite popular in about 5 colleges in the region, and did quite well until eBay was able to do it a whole lot better. No worries, you can’t win ‘em all. =)

 

I continued to build websites for a few businesses in Rockland, Bergen and Westchester County. Eventually, I realized that the shoemaker needed his own shoes, and soon thereafter www.rocklandwebdesign.com was born. For the first few years it was just me doing all the work, in between studying for my bachelor’s degree and still working over at the family bike store part time.

 

During this time I was also fortunate to work as an instructor at a local technical school, Rockland BOCES. There, I taught computer software such as Microsoft Office, Quickbooks and Internet basics to students looking to upgrade their workforce skills.

 

I graduated from Ramapo College in June of 2006 and started working for a local IT and Web Design company. About a year later, I decided to leave and build up my own company, Rockland Web Design. Part of what we do for our customers is rooted in something I very passionately believe in: to help people with limited resources to develop their own valuable web-based business, at an affordable price.



gilly
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46 years old
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