Fiinal Essay - Chase Boyle 523-79-6269 Waking up for yet...

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Chase Boyle 523-79-6269 Waking up for yet another eleven-hour work day, my feet sore, my hands callused, I gingerly trek to the black pavement that was my workspace. This work was hard and grueling, but every second was worth it. Over the past two years, I have worked at a motorcycle dealership. As the youngest employee, I was required to perform a number of random tasks, which provided me an opportunity to interact with a wide caliber of people. Even though the work was daunting, I found the experience enjoyable, but more importantly, I learned something. I learned that illegal drugs can ruin a person, that dreams require hard work and most importantly, I learned that an education is an invaluable opportunity. Throughout high school, I worked at a motorcycle dealership named Fay Myers Motorcycle World, one of the most respected dealerships in Colorado. Everyday I would wash motorcycles in the insane heat of the Colorado summers, where a wicked steam bled off the black pavement. I was required to wash motorcycles, push broken bikes across the thousand-foot lot and prepare the dealership for promotional events. Working
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