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Hello Mr. Levy. My name is Nicole Esther Bowen. I am a former Brooklyn/Caribbean Party promoter. I am an undergrad student from ASA College of Technology; I majored in Medical Assisting and earned a certificate in Medical Billing on May 17th 2011. I was born in Brooklyn, New York ( October the 13th 1989 ).... Unfortunately, I am still in alot of school debt ( Over 40,000 ) to the exact. I would love to become an intern for WBLS FM just for the simple fact that I've been a fan of this radio station; Even before WLIB had became a gospel station. My dream was to ALWAYS promote the West Indian culture. Being that both of my parents are Grenadian and I love Soca music, I believe that being an intern will be a great and humble experience for me.
Please contact my Email address ------>>> @ firstname.lastname@example.org ... Thank You for your time !! :-)
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Hello Davhed Levy,
My name is Shayne Alleyne-Husbands, and I have been a fan of your radio show for many years. I first started listening to you at an early age of 4 with my mother, as you were the disk jockey on 1190 Am. With deep bajan roots my mother raised me on much soca, and taught me to two step to spouge as I grew older. By the age of 11, with the aid of my older cousin, I became exposed to music way before my time and this initially sparked my interest as a DJ. As my cousin and I initially sat down listening to various tracks by Buju Banton, Patrice Rushen, Pete Rock, Sylvia Striplin, Bob Marley, RPB, Edwin Yearwood ect.,he taught me that any good musician, dj, producer, or person must be able to have much diversity in their music in order to become great at what they do. Initially I did not understand what he meant at a young age; however as I began listening to all types of music I understood the importance of a good music selection. As an amatuer DJ, with experience previously working at Sam Ash and currently in college, I believe that your internship can help me in multiple ways to benefit my future. Through working with you, I believe that the skills taught can carry me throughout various jobs and also prepare me for the real world which lies ahead. I hope that you take the time to consider my entry and have a happy holiday.
P.S. Thank you for reposting my Bajan Independence Mix last year on your facebook fan pg.
Shayne Alleyne-Husbands aka Dj Suspectsounds
I would welcome the opportunity to intern with Dahvid Levy on Caribbean Fever WBLS. I'm familiar with all Jamaican Music and listen to your Saturday Night Show while doing bread delivery and the Sunday Night Show at home. Being an intern would be more interesting than driving a bread truck and I have years of corporate, event planning, and public training/speaking experience. Please consider me for your internship position you will not regret it! I have have excellent communication skills and travel experience working trade shows for many years.
ROCKIN ROCKIN ROCKIN DAHV THE BEST
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