NY Wax Boutique

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Lower East Side
In July 2009, married couple Louis and Yvoni (who asked that their last names not be used) moved from Greece to America with plans of opening a candle shop. “It’s very hard to open a very small shop in Greece,” Louis says. “There are mostly large department stores or chains.” Now, the pair has settled into their LES boutique, which features colorful scented candles ($19–$140) lining bright-orange shelves. Sobota handmakes the candles in the basement workroom, layering products of nature (flowers, palms, dried fruit pods, bark, etc.) in the wax. Some standouts include a small round ivory gardenia-scented candle with woven grapevines and birch branch accents ($23); a rectangular mahogany-scented rust orange vessel with four tea lights and a pinecone decoration ($60); and a light burgundy rectangular piece that’s clove-scented and features sea sponge, preserved wax rose, palm leaves and salt stones ($43).
Venue name: NY Wax Boutique
Address: 145 Orchard St
New York

Cross street: between Rivington and Stanton Sts
Opening hours: Daily noon–8pm
Transport: Subway: F to Delancey St; J, M, Z to Delancey–Essex Sts

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Deborah Rodriguez

Deborah Rodriguez 2104 Crotona Parkway Bronx New York 646-377-7345 deborahr398@Gmail.com Objective: To secure a position with an organization that will utilize my skills and background experiences as well as an opportunity for growth. Qualifications • Five years experience in working with eligibility issue for public assistance • Skills in conducting face to face interviews • Bilingual-English and Spanish • Type 35wpm • Goal Oriented Professional • Home Design Neighborhood SHOPP/Casa Boricua Senior Center May-06 – Nov.10 Administrative Assistant Bronx, NY • Processed client information using Clients Intake forms • Faxed, made copies, filed and other office duties • Delegated calls to the appropriate unit. • Prepared monthly report for staff meeting and other office duties. • Handled participant concerns and complaints HRA Melrose Center Mar.-98 – Oct. 04 Receptionist to the Deputy Director’s Bronx, NY • Processed client information using WMS system. • Verified active cases using 632 WINRO • Delegated call to the appropriate units • Implemented E-checks • Faxed, filed made copies and other office duties Housing Preservation and Development June -96 – Feb. - 98 Receptionist to the Director New York NY • Typed memos of prospective proposal for the Demolitions unit. • Assisted Director in assuring that accounts were corrected and funds credited. • Forwarded reports to appropriate units • Processed inventory, ordered supplies • Faxed, filed, answered phones and handled other office duties. Education: Benjamin Franklin High School References: Furnished upon request