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DateResume & Cover Letter Sent: | Contact Info | Phone Number: | Interview Scheduled For: | Follow-Up Letter Sent: | | Name: | Company: | | | | 3/1/10 | Joe Smith | ABC Company | 951-555-1234 | | | | Nick Jones | CTI Inc. | 951-555-1234 | 3/26/10 | 3/27/10 | 3/2/10 | Nancy Klein | TeleControl Inc. | 951-555-1234 | | | 3/3/10 | Dan Jackson | Galerie Michael | 951-555-1234 | | | | Sheila Brockel | Foam Sales Inc. | 951-555-1234 | 3/10/10 | 3/11/10 | 3/4/10 | Ed Thorpe | Home Depot | 951-555-1234 | | | 3/5/10 | Pam Sweete | American Floors | 951-555-1234 | | | | Danny Kempf | Lowes | 951-555-1234 | 3/8/10 | 3/9/10 | 3/8/10 | Jason Evers | Sears | 951-555-1234 | | | | James Kempf | JC Penny | 951-555-1234 | | | | Nancy Turnor | Mohawk | 951-555-1234 | 3/9/10 | 3/10/10 | 3/9/10 | Michele Stanko | Shaw | 951-555-1234 | 3/11/10 | 3/12/10 | | Ron Stanko | Dal Tile | 951-555-1234 | | | 3/10/10 | Randi Smeltz | Dupont | 951-555-1234 | 3/17/10 | 3/18/10 | | Laura Erli | Flooring International | 951-555-1234 | 3/12/10 | 3/15/10 | 3/11/10 | Armida Lomeli | Honda | 951-555-1234 | | | | Heather Smith | Jeep | 951-555-1234 | 3/22/10 | 3/23/10 | | Tony Smeltz | Chrysler | 951-555-1234 | | | 3/12/10 | Vanella Williams | Toyota | 951-555-1234 | 4/1/10 | 4/2/10 | 3/15/10 | Bob A. Booey | Nick’s Autos | 951-555-1234 | | | | Howard Stern | Sparklets | 951-555-1234 | 3/29/10 | 3/30/10 | 3/16/10 | Robin Quivers | Entertainment Part | 951-555-1234 | | | | Fred Norris | Verizon | 951-555-1234 | | | | Artie Lang | Gas Company | 951-555-1234 | | | 3/17/10 | Nicole Wilcox | City of Glendale | 951-555-1234 | 3/19/10 | 3/21/10 | | Misty Weller | City of L.A. | 951-555-1234 | 4/2/10 | 4/5/10 | 3/18/10 | Harry Potter | City of Murrieta | 951-555-1234 | 4/5/10 | 4/6/10 | | Scott Thibido…...

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