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Old 12-11-2009, 11:06 PM
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Cool, Thanks!

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Old 12-11-2009, 11:34 PM
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Isn't this Rene Russo?

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Damn, if only all the women on the other side of the key were that hot!

Yes it IS Renee Russo: Press Release/ Probate Uncovered, Inc. Hires Hillary Jollimore as Director of Marketing - Real Estate/Property Management - Probate Uncovered, Inc. | PRZOOM
Probate Uncovered, Inc. Hires Hillary Jollimore as Director of Marketing
/PRZOOM - Newswire/ - In a move designed to improve their market segment and expand their reach, Probate Unlimited, Inc. has hired Hillary Jollimore to head their marketing department. Ms. Jollimore brings much experience in Internet and press marketing and PR.
Pinellas Park, FL, United States, 04/24/2008 – Probate Uncovered, Inc. has hired Hillary Jollimore as the Director of Marketing. Ms. Jollimore, a 2000 graduate of New Hampshire College, has a background in Marketing, Public Relations, Compliance, and Sales with companies such as Intuit, Inc. and HSBC Mortgage Services. Ms. Jollimore served in the United States Air Force as an Engineering Technician for 8 years prior to entering the business and government sector.

Ms Jollimore was brought on board to facilitate the needs of this growing company and to help develop strategies to aid not only the company, but its' growing client base as well. She brings to the table not only her marketing experience, but a vast knowledge of customer service techniques and event planning. Ms. Jollimore began her career as a junior copywriter at President Electronics in Irvine, CA. She was just sixteen at the time and it was probably no coincidence that her father, Ken Jollimore was the Marketing and Sales VP. Regardless of how she managed to snag that first position, after working with a very young Renee Russo at a photo shoot for the CB radio company, she decided that marketing and advertising were an avenue she would like to pursue.

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Old 12-12-2009, 02:37 AM
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That mag really brings back memories for me,I had a subscription for a couple of years.Enjoyed them alot ....even though I was an early teen.

Always had a write up on everything from radios and antennas to stories from various REACT groups

Great stuff and thanks for sharing this gem from the golden age of CB

Damn, if only all the women on the other side of the key were that hot!
I can clearly remember a few that were ,but on the other hand there was several that I wouldnt have touched with a stolen di........ umm well you get the idea

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Asanine magizine was kool back in the day. Where's Marilyn Chambers the Xtal chick?

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Old 12-12-2009, 08:16 AM
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nice to see someone sharing the past with others,some quality reading in those mags.haven't seen an s9 mag in the uk for years,quality post,thanks.

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Old 12-12-2009, 10:26 AM
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Really awesome project! I have "Tomcat's Big CB Book", but I had never seen an "S9" magazine until now. Pretty cool.
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I love the stuff from the 70's seeing that's when I got in it makes sense. I really enjoyed reading the review of the Mark IV. It brought back memories of all that was going on with CB at the time. It wasn't just adding channels, there was so much talk about modulation being cut back and that the radios just wouldn't talk very well. Also it was going to be illegal to sell a radio that didn't have 40 channels. So everyone was waiting to hear one on the air and wow did they sound as good as ever.

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