Meetin’ The Team

On June 6, 2008, in About PoolDawg, by Michael Feiman

If you’ve ever called us here at PoolDawg, chances are you’ve talked to Mike, Keven, Alexis or Megan. Since you took the time to call us and stopped by the site (or the blog) we figured we’d take the time to introduce ourselves.

Mike Feiman is our resident marketing guy. If he’s not on vacation or at the doctor fighting off his recurring case of hypochondria, he’s the guy who takes care of all the advertising, marketing and all that other jazz. Being from LA, Mike is unfortunately a Dodger and Raider fan. He is by far the lousiest pool player in the office and routinely gets run out by everyone, including Frank the bulldog.
Keven heads up customer service and the all encompassing black hole otherwise known as “operations”. He does some of the tech stuff, some of the product stuff, some of the database stuff and just plain kills on the grill every Friday. Just don’t bother him when the Pack, the Badgers or the Crew are playing.
If you’ve called the office, there’s about a 99% chance that you’ve talked to Alexis, our resident Indian Princess and queen of customer service. She didn’t start out playing pool, but now she can’t seem to get enough of it. The ultimate homer, Alexis is all about the Rockies and her beloved Denver Broncos. If only we could teach her the difference between a home run and a touchdown…
She used to be here full time, but Megan decided to get all grown up on us and she went off to Law School. She still graces us with her presence and helps out during the busy season, but we’ve got to keep being nice to her so we can get our “friends and family” discount on legal advice.
When it comes to pool expertise, we always turn to Brent. He’s mostly retired, but we still drag him out to shows anyway. Brent goes a bit beyond the title “avid fan” when it comes to pool. He plays in leagues, he refs matches and loves just about everything pool related, especially the WPBA. When he’s not playing pool, you’ll find him hunting or crying about how the Cleveland Indians almost made the World Series.
Lastly, we’ve got Rob. We’re not sure exactly what Rob does other than come up with conspiracy theories and rant about politics. Even so, we let him out twice a year to help out at the BCA and APA team events. Like Keven, Rob comes to us from the land of cheese. We’re pretty sure he was born with a beer in one hand and a pool cue in the other.

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  2. dkdrobertson says:

    I need some advise please. I have an 8′ Brunswick slate pooltable (like rockport?) I’m trying to sell it, but I have NO idea how much to ask for it. It’s a good table, has a variety of extras – pool cues, hand chalk, bridge, etc. It needs cosmetic repair – leather pockets need to be replaced; some places may need some stain, I don’t know much about pool tables, other than this is a good one, good brand. I don’t even know where to go to try to sell it for a reasonable price. I’m in Shreveport, Louisiana. I’m moving in about 2 1/2 weeks and it won’t fit where I’m going. Can someone help? Could you help as soon as is convenient?

    Thanks!
    Diane R. Dawson

  3. pooldawg says:

    Diane, its tough to say how much you should ask for it. Without being able to see the condition or know the model, I would guess around $2,000 but I really have no idea. Your best bet would be to go to a community like AZ Billiards, take a couple pictures and see if anyone over there can help you out. Check it out at http://forums.azbilliards.com.

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