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Reggie Fils-aime, Famous Haitian

The world looks at Haiti as country of corruption, abysmal poverty and illiteracy. This is true but it cannot be ignored that the world has also seen some Haitians rising out from their poor condition and shining bright enough to lead others and be inspiration for other Haitians. Reginald Fils Aime is one such name.

Reginald Fils Aime, also known as Reggie Fils-Aime or simply Reggie is a US national with Haitian origin. He works as Nintendo America's President and Chief Operating Officer for North American Division. Prior to this, he worked with the same company as Vice President of marketing and sales. Reggie Fils-Amie was born to Haitian Immigrants who settled in US permanently to avoid the conflicting views on politics of the grandparents of Reggie. Reginald was born in 1961 in New York and throughout his professional career he marked his presence with extraordinary marketing skills.

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Fun Game Gifts

If you're stumped for a gift to purchase someone, try a game gift. It's a well-known fact that everyone likes to play games, all kinds of games. Below are some suggestions for games that will provide hours of pleasure for all.

Board games are always popular. You can purchase some of the classic ones like Monopoly, Scrabble, Yahtzee orthe perennial favorite, Trivial Pursuit.

Television board games have become all the rage. Old standbys include Password, Jeopardy, and Let's Make a Deal. Newer board games on the market are Modern Family and Are You Smarter than a Fifth Grader? Movies have spawned several board games, the successful Pirates of the Caribbean and Twilight series, for example.

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