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Old 02-23-2010, 11:13 AM   #1
Matt Short
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Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Sacramento  CA
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Looking for a coach/assistant manager

Hey everyone,
I'm new to the discussion board, so please forgive me if I make some rookie mistakes. I catch on quick and welcome constructive criticism.

With that being said,
I'm in the planning stages of opening an affiliate in Sacramento and am looking for a coach with at least a Level I cert and a minimum of 1 year of CF. If you have been in a legitimate box for any amount of time, you know what standards are to be accepted and I would expect nothing less. Because I am in the planning process, I'm looking for a creative mind in design, marketing and programming. I'm not a CF guru, but I am passionate about it and want to run a professional, hard-core, badass box. If interested, send me some info about yourself and I will contact you.

Thank you
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