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Christine is a retired dog groomer and kennel manager. She has worked with animals all of her life and even cared for the animals in the NYC Rockettes Christmas Show when it toured.
While her first love is of dogs, Christine also loves cats and some exotic pets. She owned a pet shop for two years and learned a lot about different small animals.
Christine was also a bartender and manager for several years. She ran weekly pool tournaments and played in several pool leagues too. Her claim to fame was playing in a Las Vegas team pool tournament in 1995.
While managing the bar, Christine was in charge of all liquor orders, snack orders and customer service. She was also in charge of organizing social events at the bar.
In high school Christine worked in a large retail department store and excelled in customer service. She won more than one customer service award.
Later she worked her way up to store manager at QuikTrip Corp. by the age of 20. This took hard work and dedication.
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