Mar 2010 to 2000 Administrative AssistantNew Generation Inc
Jan 2011 to Jan 2012 Manager of SalesHarte-Hanks, Inc Austin, TX Sep 2005 to Mar 2007 Customer Service RepresentativeInsurance Marketplace Austin, TX Oct 2002 to Jan 2003 Retail Customer Service AgentMacy's Department Store Austin, TX May 2001 to Oct 2002 Customer Service RepresentativeMCI World Com Austin, TX Oct 1999 to Apr 2000 Bilingual Customer Service Representative
California University for Professional Studies Santa Ana, CA May 2005 Doctorate in Law ProgramAdvertising Texas State University San Marcos, TX May 2003 Mass Communication Fine Arts
A method for providing entertainment inside a restaurant includes a portable DVD player mounted on a sliding wooden tray underneath a table or booth inside the restaurant. The customers of the restaurant choose what movie they would like to view from a menu while dining at the restaurant by contacting the waiter. The waiter selects the DVD movie and inserts it in the portable DVD player by sliding the wooden tray from underneath the table or booth. The customers then proceed to view the DVD movie with a remote that is given to them by the waiter. Once the customer(s) is ready to leave the restaurant, the customer is given the bill and leaves the DVD movie for the waiter to collect, and closes the portable DVD player along with sliding the wooden tray back underneath the table or booth. The portable DVD player is securely fixed underneath the table with an anti-theft wire.
Apparatus For Viewing A Satellite Transmitted Sports Event Televised Live Via A Dish Network On Towards An Lcd (Liquid Crystal Display) Of Rectangular Contour, While Inside A Sports Stadium
An LCD display similar to an automobile's television screen, 5×4×1 which is mounted on the back of a seat's head rest or on a flip-down screen that rests from the roof of the automobile. This LCD television screen is mounted behind the seat of a person that is seated in front of the viewer wanting to view the satellite transmitted sports event. The screens are attached to the back of the seats with a strong Velcro adhesive. The LCD screens are connected to receivers that are provided by a satellite-based company, which typically installs a small dish and receiver towards any television at home or in a business. The receiver transmits satellite signal to the particular LCD screen via RCA cables, which input and output on both the LCD screen, and receiver. The receivers are inter-connected to the LCD screens. Remote is attached with Velcro to top of receiver.