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Unread 11-15-2014, 09:02 AM   #1
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Looking to make a move out west

I am recently separated and looking to uproot and move some place more fitting of my hobbies and lifestyle. (IE Rockies) My only issue is employment. Currently I am in a stable job as a production planner for a large co-packer for Hershey Foods. We just received a new contract that will all but keep me employed for the next 5 years. I have an extensive logistical background with a focus on IT, inventory and WMS systems. You put me in a position and I will thrive.

So what companies are in the Colorado, Utah, Northwest area that I should be looking into? I have browsed online at companies like Coors and Pepsi Co, but I'd rather find some lesser known companies and help their business grow.

Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. I am not above staying put for a year and getting my ducks in a row, but I am at the point where I could pack up my dog in the Jeep and travel to a destination.

Anyone else make this journey in life? How did it turn out for you and do you have any regrets or advice.

thanks,
adam

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Unread 11-15-2014, 09:31 AM   #2
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Keep an eye on Fat Tire Brewing in Ft. Collins, great company and sounds like your skills would be a good fit. Or Full Sail in Hood River, OR.

I'm in the process of separating and moving on myself. I don't really have any advice however, just don't wallow in it I guess. Stay positive, even if it sucks. Moving somewhere that fits your lifestyle and outlook for the future is a great idea in my opinion. A fresh start somewhere new and exciting. Best of luck in your hunt.
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Unread 11-15-2014, 09:40 AM   #3
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I will keep an eye open for Fat Tire, I have heard it is a really great company. Thanks for the words of encouragement, its still early on but hopefully we can make the split smoothly and both move on.
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