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 We make it easy for you!

You Can Call Us or E-Mail Us:

Bob Prock (Professional Resume Writer for 30+ Years)


ExpertExecutiveResume.com
(A Division of A "Preferred" Career & Resume Service)
2704 East North Street
Greenville, SC 29615
Local: (864) 292-5288

Long Distance: 1-800-350-0993
E-Mail: expertresume@yahoo.com

We're available to answer any question you might have. Please call us any time. If we are out of the office, we will quickly return your call when we return.

Office Hours:
9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
(Eastern Standard Time
Mondays-Thursdays)
 

9:00 a.m.to 3:30 p.m.
(Eastern Standard Time
on Fridays )

If you call us after our normal hours we will return your call by the next business day.
 
E-Mail Us: ExpertResume@Yahoo.Com
 

If you have an old or existing resume, please bring it with you to our office. If you don't have an existing or older resume, we have a form that we can use to gather all the information we need from you. We know the kind of questions to ask you!
 

Within 3-5 days we will e-mail you the resume and any other documents you ordered from us. A resume is not complete until both of us feel it is perfect.


Future Updates:


You will always be on file for updates in the future. We have created resumes for over 30,000 clients currently in our database.

Testimonial: Manager of Information Systems (William T.)

 

I just wanted to send you a quick thank-you note for the great job you did on my resume. Remember how I said I wanted to increase my salary $10,000 from my current salary of $65,000. I just landed a job in Atlanta as a Manager of Information Systems for a large manufacturer. My salary jumped to $165,000. I will be supervising 30 employees in Atlanta and 130 nationwide at 5 satellite locations. Thanks again for your help Bob. The executive that hired me asked me who wrote my resume. I gave him your card. He said he has a brother who needs help writing his resume. Thanks for keeping me on file for future updates.
 

Resume Tip: When a Resume is read for the first time, the first 45 seconds of reading are the critical factor in whether the resume gets trashed or the reader continues to read on, and you get the interview.  

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