Express Employment Professionals Business Developer Jennifer Henderson went to Dallas last June in order to rub elbows with
top flight "grand champion" sales associates.
One is that you get to rub elbows with
some of the other leaders in the bar.
Since President Donald Trump assumed office 15 months ago, the hotel has become a go-to destination for those wanting to rub elbows with
Suu Kyi will also rub elbows with
the leaders and representatives of dialogue partners from Australia, Canadia, China, European Union, India, Japan, New Zealand, Republic of Korea, Russia, USA, and United Nations who will attend the Summit.
With an amazing aptitude for playing the lute, Nelleke uses her musical abilities to rub elbows with
the likes of Queen Elizabeth and William Shakespeare, but then must embark on a mission to save her vampire coven from a dangerous talisman and the villains who control it.
Savannah Buffett and Will Smith were among the fans that got to rub elbows with
the surfing elite and check out a timeline of surf history (complete with actual vintage surfboards dating back to the 1940s--so cool).
Where else can a gun person see so much and rub elbows with
others who truly love our way of life?
The two boxing champions didn't mind taking a wee time off their training to rub elbows with
other celebrity folks.
Whether the initial draw for this weekend's event is the cantor's singing or the rabbi's speech, Selichot at Park East has become an important event on the social calendars of New York's elite, a place to rub elbows with
the who's who of Jewish society.
Wine connoisseurs and beer lovers who want to rub elbows with
kindred spirits have a few choices this week:
We tend to rub elbows with
the latest prefab architect or the rising-star winemaker rather than hobnob with Brangelina.
Now in its 13th year, this is the only awards show to cast its discerning eye over all the arts - so the likes of theatre big-wig and Outstanding Achiever Sir Cameron Mackintosh gets to rub elbows with
, er, pop prize-winners Elbow.
Honed by Waterloo, surrounded by the likes of the Prince Regent, and eventually up to his impeccable collar in debt, Gronow describes the gentleman's son's life in the army, including the surprisingly rigid etiquette of camp life, the Hyde Park set, the glories and ignominies of real war, the life in Paris of debtors and idlers (the article on how to get invited to a ball is particularly enlightening), and the best way to rub elbows with
royalty, high society, and ladies with lovers.