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New Job!!

Pat Boyack

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Hey guys!! It's been a while since I've been around. Work, kids....you know the drill. I left Guitar Center and am now at Tone Shop Guitars in Addison, Texas!! If you need anything please reach out! I am here for you. :biggrin::biggrin: We have Custom Shop Les Pauls (hand picked by our very own Michael Doty) and USA Gibson. Feel free to visit our website (www.toneshopguitars.com) or send me an email at Pat@toneshopguitars.com.

I loved my time at GC but this is a great shop with a great crew. I'll be at the Dallas show on Sunday so come and see me at our booth!!

Pat B
 

MikeSlub

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Hey guys!! It's been a while since I've been around. Work, kids....you know the drill. I left Guitar Center and am now at Tone Shop Guitars in Addison, Texas!! If you need anything please reach out! I am here for you. :biggrin::biggrin: We have Custom Shop Les Pauls (hand picked by our very own Michael Doty) and USA Gibson. Feel free to visit our website (www.toneshopguitars.com) or send me an email at Pat@toneshopguitars.com.

I loved my time at GC but this is a great shop with a great crew. I'll be at the Dallas show on Sunday so come and see me at our booth!!

Pat B
Great news Pat, and wonderful to hear from you! :dude:
 

renderit

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Ew Ew Ew!

Could I be a bouncer with you?

I am round and can bounce!

And I am looking for a job!
 

stevechilders

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Congrats to you... that is a good shop. I have stopped in many a time on my travels in the Dallas / FW area.
 

Triburst

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Congrats, Pat. :salude

Guitar Center will have some big shoes to fill, in more than one sense of the word.
 

Pat Boyack

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Come say "Hi", Steve!!

Yeah, I liked the people who I worked with at GC a great deal, but the Tone Shop is a much better fit for me, TriBurst.
 

MadeleineGlover

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Apr 21, 2021
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I also had my guitar shop, but due to a pandemic situation, I went bankrupt. So I was searching for a new job for several months. I was stressed about not having a job. So I decided to search for remote work. One day I was checking different forums, and I saw some vacancies for remote qa testing jobs. I decided to apply, and after some days, I started to work. The first period was more complicated because I was learning new stuff. Now have a higher salary and have more free time. Also, I have friendly co-workers, and we help each other.
 

smithwhitney

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A new job is always wonderful. I remember when I first said for myself to work on a website. It was so exciting, because I wasn't sure that I could cope with the tasks in that music store. However, it turned out to be a dream job. I think that you should also cling to this work with your teeth. Surely this will lead you to success.
 

walcasaf

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Starting new is always good. I also reprofiled recently. I was a police officer, and I understood that this was not what I wanted to do all of my life. I was recruited at firerecruitmentaustralia.com.au and got my education as a firefighter. I always wanted to save people's lives, so this is what I like. It is a well-paid job, but on the other hand, it is hazardous. The chance of losing your life is very high, so this is why people respect them. Even though it is a very stressful job, I like what I do in my life.
 
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