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Jay Jairdullo
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Jay Jairdullo and Lon Record are now friends
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Kenny Toth left a comment for Jay Jairdullo
"Welcome Jay Hope to share some ideas Kenny  www.kingjoesgym.com"
Dec 27, 2010
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South Brunswick Police Department
Job Title
Physical Fitness Coordinator
Current Job Description
Responsible for the coordination and administration of the South Brunswick Police Department Annual Physical Fitness Assessment.
Past Job Experience
- Brunswick Barbell Club, Owner
- Volunteer Strength and Conditioning Coach @ Princeton University
- Volunteer Defensive/Offensive Line Coach/Strength Coach @ South Brunswick High School
- Strength and Conditioning Coach @ Duane Carlisle's Peak Performance
Education
- BS in Health and Physical Education - West Chester University of PA 1997
- MS in Exercise Science and Health Promotion: Performance Enhancement and Injury Prevention - California University of PA 2010
Job Status
I am seeking a new job

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At 8:37am on December 27, 2010, Kenny Toth said…

Welcome Jay Hope to share some ideas

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