rabo encendido

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Dear my DR amiga and DR amigo:  I visited your store today, and started conversation by trying to reference our connection online to be sure you knew who I was, and it made for a bumpy start.  Now that I am sure each of you in your sister-brother partnership with sister as hefa know who I am I have no reason to return to my clumsy intro.  When you described sending people to the post office I heard an example of a collection of comments and questions like: How is the document picked up?  I believe words like this from my clients translate to: We know documents that require express service guaranteed with door-to-door tracking are important to someone, and we’d like to get the documents out of our hands as quickly as possible.  The best way to offload the stressful documents rapido is to never take possession of the documents by following six steps: ONE: customer wants docs to DR  TWO: hand him or her a DHL document envelope  THREE: have him or her complete a form, or take the information verbally and print the DHL label using lowshiprates.  FOUR: give the label to the customer in the self adhesive DHL label pouch  FIVE: collect money  SIX: send the customer home with instructions to call DHL at 800-225-5345 and schedule pick up in Spanish at their apartment or business — done.  The customers will often prefer handing the documents directly to a DHL driver.  I know you’re from the beautiful Caribbean island of Hispañol on the DR part, so I chose DR food for lunch at: Lechonera Latina on Morris very near your business.  Though it is not the food of my childhood Rabo encendido and arros blanco is comfort food to me. Thank you for your time and attention.  Sincerely, Tom Doody »» about me  302-990-2346  twitter  nearlincoln@hotmail.com  contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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