Joined 10 years ago from Holtsville, NY
Hi. I'm Norman Schoonebeek. I'm a native Long Islander and have lived here most of my life. After college I drove across the U.S.A. to San Diego, CA and lived there two years enjoying the surfing culture.
For most of my adult life I have had careers Computer Sales and technology and Family Portraiture.
I drive Paratransit buses in Suffolk County full time, am starting a internet marketing consulting business and train as a Dianetics and Scientology Auditor.
In 2011 I founded The Maroon Lagoon Marketing Company to help local businesses convert to digital and mobile marketing strategies and technologies.
I'm the author of Zen N, published in 2009. I created the maroonlagoon.com website in 1997.
Currently I'm working on my first novel, an adventure, Sci Fi, story taking place about 200 years from now.
I'm also now working on the Pre-Launch phase of a new internet business directory for Nassau and Suffolk Counties of Long Island, NY
7 years ago
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