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Walking into Holmes Student Center for a presentation by Miller Brewing Company I had no clue what to expect As I took a seat towards the front I notice that there were not many people there I planned to listen for appreciation so I could learn what the speaker was trying to teach us The first thing I notice about the speaker as he walked into the auditorium was that his forehead was sweating He was younger man wearing a tan business polo shirt with a dark tie and black dress pants I also observed that he had a wedding ring on his finger Walking up very causally he flashed the small crowd a big smile In a light-hearted manner he explained that he had trouble finding the place and need a few minutes to set up The speaker took about five minutes to set up his presentation and when he began he introduced himself as Tim OConnor He said that he was thirty-four years old and had been working for MBL for about nine years Describing what he does at Miller he told a few jokes about how he likes to give presentations because it lets him out of the office He also made light of the fact he looks young for someone his age and people mock him all the time Unlike most presentations Tim talked to us like re-al people His word choice and tone made him very likeable He used a power point presentation during his speech which he claimed was not his it was really cheesy Though his entire presentation he talked about how fun and exciting it is to work at Miller Brewing Company I made a lot of inferences about Tim during his presentation While he never did say I think he was married because he did wear a wedding ring on his left hand When he first walked in I thought he was inexperienced due to his
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