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THE PINNACLE COMMUNICATIONS
OUTSIDE ADVERTISING EXECUTIVE
San Diego, New Port Beach
We are actively seeking a person that has direct sales experience
to add to our advertising sales team. If you have strong marketing
desires and enjoy a fast paced, challenging, and rewarding environment,
then you will want to join us.
be a team player.
to provide quality service.
verbal and written communications skills.
Email resume to: j@Pinnekel.com
Pinnacle Communications/ HR Manager
A cozy place in the heart of the Texas Panhandle.
Experience all that Amarillo has to offer within a 20-minute
drive of Amarillo. Located in the heart of the Texas Panhandle, this
welcoming town of Texas is close to Interstate 40 and Amarillo's medical
and shopping districts, and is just minutes from Amarillo's top attractions
including Cadillac Ranch, Palo Duro Canyon State Park, the American
Quarter Horse Association, The Big Texan Steakhouse and Route 66.
Enjoy easy access to shopping at Westgate Mall and a wealth of nearby
restaurants and family-friendly activities.
Entertainment & Attractions
American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum
Amarilllo National Center
Amarillo Botanical Gardens
Amarillo Globe Arts Center
Amarillo visitors center
Big Texan Steak Ranch
Historic Route 66 Antique Shopping
Kwahadi Indian Museum
Palo Duro Canyon
Panhandle Plains Historic Museum
Panhandle Plains Museum
Regional Medical Center
Route 66 Shopping area
million people live in TEXAS. MyStateTEXAS.com
seeks to profit from this large media market. Simply read the OPPORTUNITIES
section to learn how you can participate.
The very name calls forth heroic images of wide open plains, bison
roaming freely, western forts, Longhorn cattle and deep forests. You
will find enticing diversity here in the scenery, the history,
the food, and the people. And you will discover a hospitality born
of gracious Southern roots, sprinkled with old-fashioned Western grit,
and spiced with the cultures and customs of Hispanic, German, Czech,
and two dozen or so other significant ancestries. Texas is, indeed,
like a whole other country.
Scenery ranges from craggy mountains in the west to pine forests in
the east. And, in between, landscapes showcase surf-kissed beaches,
stream-carved canyons, and cedar-studded hills. Two national parks
offer spectacular panoramas, and more than 120 state parks provide
camping and picnicking amid attractive surroundings. In the spring,
bluebonnets (the official state wildflower) mingle with other blossoms
of red and yellow and white to paint stunning roadside scenes.
Energizing cities and charming communities invite you to stay awhile
and share in their treasures. You can visit outstanding museums, thought-provoking
historic sites, and excellent zoos. And you can tarry awhile in marvelous
resorts and charming small inns.
Throughout the state, a fascinating mélange of restaurants
will delight you, as well. Cuisines, especially in the larger cities,
prove as varied as the many faces of Texas. Asian, Pacific Rim, Thai,
Southwestern, and a full slate of other popular foods now grace almost
as many menus as favorites such as barbecue, chicken-fried steak,
charbroiled T-bones, fried catfish, and Mexican food.
Kick up your adrenaline aboard a colossal roller coaster and slow
down the pace with a walk down a nature trail. Shop at a Mexican-style
market or a discount mega-mall. Try out your golf game at dozens of
challenging courses. Watch an exhilarating sport: football, baseball,
basketball, hockey, soccer, and NASCAR racing you name it;
Texas has it. And, of course, you can savor the flavor of the Old
West at dude ranches, rodeos, and chuck-wagon dinners throughout the
Hunting and fishing in Texas rank with the best in the nation. The
variety of fish and game is great, and is often abundant. Anglers
may try more than 5,175 square miles of inland freshwater creeks,
rivers and lakes, plus scores of tidal bays 624 of miles of shoreline
along the Gulf of Mexico.
Freshwater game fish include black bass (largemouth, smallmouth, Guadalupe,
spotted bass), crappie, bluegill and other sunfish, white or sand
bass, striped bass, hybrid striped bass, and catfish including channel,
blue and flathead (yellow). Along the Gulf Coast 250 different species
await lure or bait. Among the most popular are redfish, speckled trout,
king and Spanish mackerel, wahoo, bonito, tuna, sailfish, marlin,
pompano, flounder, grouper, jewfish, red snapper, sheepshead and drum.
The feature game animal is the white-tailed deer, found almost statewide,
but mostly densely in the Hill country of Central Texas. Mule deer
and pronghorns are found in West Texas and the Panhandle. Other wild
animals include javelinas, wild boars, feral hogs and squirrels.
Texas is really like a whole other country. Need an example? Well,
the distance between Houston and Big Bend National Park is 603 mile;
That’s 10 hours traveling by car at 60 mph, and you still haven’t
left the state.
We checked the
numbers with the districts and center, and found Austin’s property
tax rate was the lowest, considerably, of Texas’ five biggest
cities, The full list: Fort Worth, 85.5 cents per $100 of appraised
value; Dallas, 79.7 cents; Houston, 63.875 cents; San Antonio, 56.5569
cents, Austin, 48.11 cents.
is committed to providing equal opportunity in employment to all applicants,
and employees. Pinnacle does not discriminate in access to its employment
and activities, or with respect to hiring conditions of employment,
on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, creed, sex,
gender identity and expression, political affiliation, age, disability,
veteran status, or sexual orientation. Pinnacle actively promotes diversity