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Former Field Engineer Conrad Hall Is the Latest Addition to AWAI’s “Wall of Fame”

“Before I became a copywriter, I had to be up at 4:30 so I could be to work at 7, no matter what the weather, all year round. By 3:30 every day, I went home exhausted. The only time I ever had to get things done was on the weekend – which meant I didn’t really have much of a weekend.

“Now I get up at 4:30 because I enjoy it, and I work when it’s quiet. Then I go for a bike ride just when I get to watch everyone else making their way to work. It’s kind of fun to see the looks on other people’s faces when they see me riding away from downtown. The best change for me is that I do what I want to do each day.”

— Conrad Hall, AWAI Member since 2007

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Published: September 12, 2008

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