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Rebecca L. Garcia
9323 Manchaca Rd. Apt.#117
Austin, Tx. 78748
Phone 512-282-0580
E-mail becalg@aolcom
Objective A position with a Wireless Company, which would allow me to utilize my
communication and creativity skills to promote a fast-paced company and its products.

Employment 1996 - Present H.E.B. Grocery Harlingen, TX & Austin Tx.
Photo Lab Tech.
 Help with the production of processing film help customers with questions on film
speed, camera use, and the use of our laser copier. Track old and new film packages, close
and open department. Frequent use of cash register. Also log in all incoming and outgoing
packages to our main lab.


August 1999 – March 2000 Sol Communications Harlingen, TX
Customer Service Representative
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