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DRG Executive Search Firm for the Nonprofit Sector - DRG is a national executive search firm specializing in the nonprofit sector. Since 1987, DRG has recruited CEOs and other senior executives for advocacy organizations, national health agencies, universities and human service agencies.

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  • Amila2242 - Amazon is not the place to bargain for Isagenix

    Do not order this product! Order from Isagenix, they won't give you expired product and you can pick the flavors/quantities and extras. This is a great product when sold through the manufacturer only! The people selling this on Amazon will rip you off or sell you expired products. In my case, they took my money and never sent the product. Go to the Isagenix webpage and order yourself! You won't be sorry! It's a great product!

  • Brian Timothy Finks - Best album of 2015 so far

    Best album of 2015 so far. I think your saying a lot of s***, but your not detailin all the way. Lik I understand you but I feel others dont. Great album thou. Golden era of music is almost here again

  • Jason Latona - This shampoo will make you hate all others.

    I used to argue with people all the time, especially cosmetologist friends of mine. I'd say, "All shampoos are the same. They are soap. Soap is soap." Then I'd insist that the .99 cent Suave shampoo at the local Wally Mart was the same as Matrix, Paul Mitchell, Bed Head and the sort.

  • Moreno O Makil - Booooyahhh!

    Ball Refill works for my partner and me. We are killing it now in the bedroom. This was shipped quickly and is very well made, lots of seals on it.

  • montana2884 - Leaves me groggy the next day

    I've had issues with sleeping so I thought I'd try ZzzQuil. It works for helping me sleep, I usually fall asleep within an hour of taking it, but feel groggy the next day (after only taking a 1/2 dose).

  • E. Orchard - Tough item to review!

    I think this is a very, very difficult item to review. Everyone's experience with it will vary; it will NOT produce the same results for everyone. Would be great if it did, but that's just not the case. I find that reading ALL instructions are important and knowing the devices limitations are key, too. Nothing on the planet promises PERMANENT HAIR REMOVAL except for traditional needle-in-each-pore electrolysis. Laser, or IPL can at best promise PERMANENT HAIR REDUCTION and that's only if 1) you have the right skin type, 2) you have dark enough hair and 3) you manage to hit the hair during the right growth cycle in order to "damage" it. Tip: read about the three phases of hair growth to understand why you have to "zap" it in the ANAGEN growth phase.