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Meet another one of our talented assistants, Miss Nina! Miss Nina has been dancing since she was 3 years old! One of her favorite things about assisting is creating a bond with the kids and watching them improve. One of her most memorable dance experiences was when she began dancing at Next Level! Fun fact about Miss Nina: in her free time, she loves to do improvisational dance! #WhosWhoWednesday #nxtl

Meet one of our incredible assistant teachers, Miss Sara! Miss Sara has been dancing since she was just 2 years old! This is her fifth year as an assistant. One of her favorite things about assisting is being able to watch the dancers improve over time. Fun fact about Miss Sara: she has been dancing at NXTL since we opened! #WhosWhoWednesday #nxtl

Meet one of our amazing assistant teachers, Miss Lexi! She started dancing when she was just 3 years old! She has been assisting for 2 years now. Her most memorable dance experience was performing her first solo. Fun fact about Miss Lexi: she’s been a competitive dancer for 7 years! #WhosWhoWednesday #nxtl #dance

Meet our amazing co-owner and artistic director, Miss Britne! Miss Britne has been teaching dance for over 13 years. Miss Britne was a competitive dancer since the age of 8. She trained extensively in all dance styles and holds 3 national titles in tap! Miss Britne has performed for artists such as The Jonas Brothers, The Cheetah Girls, and Marcus Belgrave, to name a few. She received a dance scholarship to Oakland University, where she graduated with a degree in dance education and minor in dance. Her favorite part about teaching dance is that she is able to help students reach their fullest potential and create a family bond that lasts a lifetime. Fun fact about Miss Britne: she has choreographed for the Detroit Pistons Dancers before! #WhosWhoWednesday #nxtl

#WhosWhoWednesday: In 1933 the @nationalparkservice was given jurisdiction of the Washington Monument. In 1934 it underwent restoration - pictured here in this reflecting pool skating scene. Today the Washington Monument is also undergoing maintenance: what year will it reopen to the public?

meet HANNAH CAMPBELL!!!!! she is from austin, tx, is a senior at the U of A, and has been an FHS leader for 5 semesters! she is outgoing and fun and loves the movie tangled.
funfact - her spirit animal is a wombat. #whoswhowednesday

Today for #WhosWhoWednesday, we are introducing our awesome dancers who strongly exemplified our first NXTL value, Respect, throughout November. We are so proud of you all! Keep up the amazing work!! #respect #values #nxtl

#WhosWhoWednesday Say hello to HPP Supervisor, Donna Bruhn, proud #lakeshirts employee since 1997. Donna is a true leader & we love her great attitude & sense of humor.
#teamlakeshirts #lifesbetterinatshirt
#fittoatee

#WhosWhoWednesday: Opened in 1866 the Columbia Hospital for Women served Washington, D.C. for 136 years of its history. It was the brainchild of former army physician Dr. John Harry Thompson (1824-1904) who recognized the vital need in the nation's capital for a women's hospital and maternity ward for those who couldn't afford to have a doctor visit their home. The Columbia Hospital for Women's unique building and Y shaped wings was designed by Nathan C. Wyeth (1870-1963) whose plan was to provide maximum light to the facility - pictured here on this postcard, ca. 1935-1945 (CHS 16285 D). The hospital delivered over 275,000 babies prior to closing in 2002. Do you know the hospital's full L Street, NW address? #InternationalPostcardWeek @nationalpostalmuseum

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Meet this week's #whoswhowednesday | Product Specialist, Joe Reichert!
Joe has been a loyal employee to us here at Kalispell Toyota since January of 2017.
He moved to the Flathead Valley in 2012 from Southern New Jersey and fell in love with the beauty of our famous backyard.
His first car was a 1972 Mercury Cougar, and although he misses it he enjoys the 2005 Toyota Tacoma that he drives now.
In the summer time Joe loves to go for long rides on his motorcycle and explore Montana's country.
Joe is very outdoorsy, and enjoys bow hunting white tailed deer and fishing the lakes around the valley. Not only that, but Joe also spends his free time going for rides on his 4wheeler and enjoying the peaceful environment of the woods.
He spent thirty years in the restaurant business so he loves giving people what they need, and says the highlight of his day here at work is meeting new people every day and making a difference in their lives.
Most people don't know that Joe's favorite hobby is making charcuterie... Yum!

We appreciate Joe and everything he does for us and our community, Thank you Joe for joining our team!

This #whoswhowednesday we're learning more about Workshop Secretary @chloevall_26 from Columbia High School! Swipe left to learn more about her!

Did you know? HTR has talented, experienced Entrepreneurs-in-Residence who can mentor and coach your way to success! Max Henry is a serial entrepreneur and loves supporting our startups.
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#WhosWhoWednesday: In 1933 the @nationalparkservice was given jurisdiction of the Washington Monument. In 1934 it underwent restoration - pictured here in this reflecting pool skating scene. Today the Washington Monument is also undergoing maintenance: what year will it reopen to the public?

Check out CDM in the news! (Link in bio) #WhosWhoWednesday #MikeLiccketto #QualityManagementSystem #ISO #AS9100

Meet another one of our talented assistants, Miss Nina! Miss Nina has been dancing since she was 3 years old! One of her favorite things about assisting is creating a bond with the kids and watching them improve. One of her most memorable dance experiences was when she began dancing at Next Level! Fun fact about Miss Nina: in her free time, she loves to do improvisational dance! #WhosWhoWednesday #nxtl

Having some work fun with @acoulson_vzw today.. New #whoswhowednesday video coming tomorrow @vzw_nem_agents ...

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This former Tribe outfielder won Team MVP honors in 1994 during our run to a 10th American Association Championship. He later returned to play for Indy in 2003.
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Who is he? 🤔 #RollTribe #WhosWho #Trivia #MiLB

#WhosWhoWednesday| Meet Andy Hall, Inventory Warehouse Puller. Do you know anyone with #forklift experience or an interest in pulling #inventory? Opportunities available in both 1st & 2nd shifts. Visit link in bio to apply. #lifesbetterinatshirt #detroitlakesmn
#detroitlakesjobs #inventoryjobs

#WhosWhoWednesday: Which President oversaw the construction of these "tempo" temporary #WWI buildings along the mall in 1917 when he was Secretary of the Navy? Hint: he was elected in 1933. Image of Temporary Building Number 6 at 1800 Virginia Avenue NW, ca. 1924.

Today for #WhosWhoWednesday, we are introducing our awesome dancers who strongly exemplified our first NXTL value, Respect, throughout November. We are so proud of you all! Keep up the amazing work!! #respect #values #nxtl

CDM congratulates Al Tulini on his promotion to Quality Manager! #WhosWhoWednesday #AlTulini #QualityManagementSystem #AS9100 #ISO #Nadcap #MeetTheTeam #WhosWhoAtCDM

‪This #whoswhowednesday we're introducing you to Convention Secretary @sophiewichlac from O'Fallon Township High School! Swipe left to learn more about her!

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This former Tribe 3B/SS is tied for sixth on Indy’s all-time HR list with 64 blasts from 1993-95. He was selected by the @pittsburghpirates with the 18th overall pick in the 1989 MLB Draft.
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Meet this week's #whoswhowednesday | Product Specialist, Devin Tracey.

Devin (Kalispell), is originally from Minnesota, but moved to the Valley in June of this year. After visiting a few friends, and having the opportunity to experience Glacier National Park, Devin decided to call Montana, home. He now lives out here with his chocolate Labrador, Odin. In his free time, Devin enjoys the outdoor life, and likes to go fishing, hunting, or hiking. So far though, his favorite hiking trails are Hidden Lake and Apgar. He didn’t the chance to experience hunting season this year, so he’s very much looking forward to next season. He’s also looking forward to an upcoming concert this New Year’s Eve in Utah with some close friends. Devin’s first vehicle was a turquoise 1994 Chevrolet Berretta, that spent more time in the shop than on the road.
Devin’s favorite part of his job is the interaction with a variety of people on a daily basis.
We're happy to have you on the Kalispell Toyota team Devin, and appreciate your great work ethic, willingness to help others, and constant smiles!

Double duty #WhosWhoWednesday featuring our fabulous First Impressionists, Liz Kral-Elgren & Terri Seelye. Whenever you call or visit our #worldheadquarters, they’re the vibrant, shining personalities ready to brighten your day & we’re so happy they’re part of the #lakeshirts team. #lifesbetterinatshirt #sidekicks

Meet our amazing co-owner and artistic director, Miss Britne! Miss Britne has been teaching dance for over 13 years. Miss Britne was a competitive dancer since the age of 8. She trained extensively in all dance styles and holds 3 national titles in tap! Miss Britne has performed for artists such as The Jonas Brothers, The Cheetah Girls, and Marcus Belgrave, to name a few. She received a dance scholarship to Oakland University, where she graduated with a degree in dance education and minor in dance. Her favorite part about teaching dance is that she is able to help students reach their fullest potential and create a family bond that lasts a lifetime. Fun fact about Miss Britne: she has choreographed for the Detroit Pistons Dancers before! #WhosWhoWednesday #nxtl

#WhosWhoWednesday: On August 24, 1814 D.C. was burning as part of a British attack by General Robert Ross as part of the War of 1812. The destruction targeted almost all of the new federal buildings including the Capital, the Library of Congress, and the White House. It also brought to life a pre existing debate about whether or not the U.S. government should be moved back to Philadelphia or some other more accessible urban area. Ultimately, it was the attack by the British that inspired a renewed passion for D.C. with many locals volunteering their private property to house the homeless government. The Old Brick Capitol - pictured here in 1836 - was constructed across the street from the Capitol as a temporary location for Congress. What is currently at this location - what was once the corner of 1st and A Streets NE?

CDM congratulates Mike Liccketto on his promotion to Director of Quality! #WhosWhoWednesday #MikeLiccketto #QualityManagementSystem #AS9100 #ISO #Nadcap

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This pitcher played for the Tribe in 2000 and 2001 before earning four NL All-Star bids with Milwaukee.
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Meet this week’s #WhosWhoWednesday, Melanie Turcotte. She’s a #jillofalltrades & shares one of her *unique* reasons why #lifesbetterinatshirt.

#WhosWhoWednesday: At least we aren't relying on a human semaphore system to negotiate #Thanksgiving #traffic in D.C. this year. Here's some trivia for your travels: Variations of the semaphore system like the one pictured here in D.C. on Pennsylvania Avenue NW would be seen worldwide during the early 20th century. Prior to a semaphore system police relied on complex patterns of whistles to keep cars and pedestrians from collisions. Wishing you safe travels from everyone at the Historical Society of Washington, D.C.!

This 1998 Tribe first baseman went on to post a .302 lifetime average over a 12-year career that featured stints with the Reds, Pirates, Tigers and Red Sox. He was also a three-time NL All-Star (‘99, ‘01, ‘04) while with Cincinnati.

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#WhosWhoWednesday #RollTribe

#WhosWhoWednesday | Meet Nate Rethwisch, valued #lakeshirts employee since 2012. #lifesbetterinatshirt

Meet Koren! She is an industrial recruiter in our Longview office. She is always looking for welders and forklift drivers and is a diehard Seahawks fan. #expressemployees #expresscowlitzcounty #expressemploymentprofessionals #whoswhowednesday

Who’s who Wednesday!!!! Members Kori Scott & Tammy Moberg working together on their 12 Week Challenge!
#FriendsThatSweatTogetherStayTogether #WhosWhoWednesday #TitleFamily

#WhosWhoWednesday: The West Brothers Brick Company was incorporated in Virginia in 1902 but can trace its roots back to D.C. in 1844 when founders bought the block bounded by Seventh, Eighth, I and K Streets NW. The location was chosen for it's good supply of clay. After the Civil War the company moved production to Virginia but maintained offices in D.C. - one of which is pictured here at 729 15th Street NW between 1915-1925 (CHS 12401). What is located at the modern day address of 729 15th Street NW? @nationalbuildingmuseum

CDM's Sales and Business Development teams met this week to discuss how to better serve our customers! #WhosWhoWednesday #MeetTheTeam #WhosWhoAtCDM

Meet another one of our great assistants, Miss Madi! Miss Madi has been dancing for 7 years and has been assisting for 3. She loves Next Level because she gets to dance with a talented and supportive group of people! She enjoys assisting because she likes being someone that the young dancers can look up to. Fun fact about Miss Madi: she was born in Colorado! #WhosWhoWednesday #nxtl

Our #WhosWhoWednesday is Jenna deBarros. She has been a volunteer for #BigBuddy for quite a long time. Thank you Jenna for everything you do for the program. We appreciate you #bigbuddyprogram #wearebigbuddy

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These four former Tribe managers led Indy to American Association titles in 1949, 1956, 1986-88 and 1994.
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Can you name them? #RollTribe

Shout-out to Jesse Grieger & all of our second shift #nightowls during this week’s #WhosWhoWednesday!

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Say hello to Adriana! You can find her in Longview except on Tuesdays and Wednesday’s when she’s in Woodland. She was there handing out candy to the trick or treaters on Halloween. Adriana is an industrial recruiter but helps out with some clerical jobs too. #expressemployees #expressemploymentprofessionals #expresscowlitzcounty #whoswhowednesday

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This former Tribe third baseman led Indy in home runs (22) and average (.290) in 1997. He later blasted an iconic homer in Game 7 of the 2003 ALCS, sending the Yankees to the World Series.
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#WhosWhoWednesday: In 1853 Crosby S. Noyes (1825-1908) - pictured here in a portrait ca 1885-1895- was hired as a Washington Evening Star reporter. In 1867 Noyes and four other investors would purchase the paper. Two of the four would eventually sell their shares leaving Noyes and his other investor, Samuel H. Kauffmann (1829-1906) to run the Star. They and their families would grow the Star into what many regarded as D.C.'s hometown paper until it was sold in 1974. Name the second Territorial Governor of the District of Columbia who was one of the investors with Noyes and Kauffmann. #journalism #dchistory #noshavenovember #beards

Meet Lisa! She is our Administrative and Professional recruiter for both Longview and Woodland. If you are looking for an administrative job or if your company needs to hire a professional then she would be your contact. Just give her a call if you have any questions. #expressemploymentprofessionals #expresscowlitzcounty #express #whoswhowednesday

#WhosWhoWednesday: John Eaton School opened in Cleveland Park on October 24, 1910. It was designed by Appleton P. Clark, Jr., (1865-1955) and named after presbyterian pastor and educator General John Eaton (1829-1906) whose work laid the foundation for the Freedman's Bureau. It would later undergo two major renovations - an extra wing in 1922 and a gym in 1930. It's exterior - pictured here decorated for the school's block party in October, 1983 - was inspired by which influential 19th century architect? Hint: he designed the Smithsonian's Arts and Industries Building. @storyofourschools

Kicking off our #WhosWhoWednesday offseason series is this former Tribe infielder who went on to win a 2014 Silver Slugger Award with the @pittsburghpirates. He hit .259 with 78 doubles, 36 home runs and 175 RBI in 293 career games with Indy.
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Meet our incredible co-owner, Miss Rhona! Miss Rhona started dancing when she was just 5 years old at Julie Adler’s School of Dance. One of her most memorable dance moments was dancing in a full gorilla suit (see photo) in the Palo Alto Community Theater production of Cabaret while she was in college! Miss Rhona loves owning a dance studio and watching kids who love to dance turn into real dancers. Fun fact about Miss Rhona: she went to Stanford University! #WhosWhoWednesday #nxtl

This week's #WhosWhoWednesday is Mr. Darrell Freeman, Site Coordinator at North Banks Middle School. #WeAreBigBuddy #BigBuddyProgram

Meet Nora Kintz, our new Business Developer who joined our team in April. If you’re a client you have probably met her as she is out networking. If you haven’t met her, give us a call and we’ll schedule a meet & greet! #express #expressemployees #expresscowlitzcounty #whoswhowednesday

Turns out we can’t take decent pictures but 💛#whoswhowednesday 👯💋@Kimberly.garduza

Elisia is a better Chola than me #whoswhowednesday #hocoday3

Our final #whoswhowednesday spotlights Sujatha Ramanujan, Managing Director of Luminate! She joined our team in August and we are thrilled to have her. If you're attending #SPIEoptifab be sure to check out her talk tomorrow!
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#WhosWhoWednesday Say hello to HPP Supervisor, Donna Bruhn, proud #lakeshirts employee since 1997. Donna is a true leader & we love her great attitude & sense of humor.
#teamlakeshirts #lifesbetterinatshirt
#fittoatee

#WhosWhoWednesday: On October 17, 1888 the Eckington & Soldier's Home Railway celebrated its opening day - pictured here (CHS 11439A-C). The trolley system became one of the first electric streetcar lines of its kind in D.C. using overhead lines. The route originally began at Mount Vernon Square (later the home of the Carnegie Library), running up New York Avenue to Third Street, NW and ending at Soldier's Home. Do you know the name of the D.C. mayor who served from 1827-1830 and named Eckington after his British birthplace?

Meet one of our incredible assistant teachers, Miss Sara! Miss Sara has been dancing since she was just 2 years old! This is her fifth year as an assistant. One of her favorite things about assisting is being able to watch the dancers improve over time. Fun fact about Miss Sara: she has been dancing at NXTL since we opened! #WhosWhoWednesday #nxtl

Meet one of our amazing assistant teachers, Miss Lexi! She started dancing when she was just 3 years old! She has been assisting for 2 years now. Her most memorable dance experience was performing her first solo. Fun fact about Miss Lexi: she’s been a competitive dancer for 7 years! #WhosWhoWednesday #nxtl #dance

We’re kicking off our first #whoswhowednesday with 1st shift production manager, Nate Ramsey. Nate has been with #lakeshirts for almost 18 years and is a great asset to our team. Stay tuned weekly as we introduce you to the people that make us the best t-shirt company on earth! #teamlakeshirts

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