What was your previous work experience before joining BBC?
“I was a town maintenance worker for Windham, New Hampshire.”
What was the best piece of advice that someone at BBC gave you?
“I have gotten a lot of good advice working here. You just have to remember that basically everyone is good at something so you can learn something from each person.”
What is your favorite piece of advice that you like to pass on to those that you train?
“You have to have fun doing what you are doing. If you don’t you end up just waiting for the day to be over and not look forward to the next.”
What is it that you like best about what you do here at BBC?
“Honestly, the people here and I love meeting new people every day.”
Do you have any claims to fame?
“(laughs) A lot of people here already know this story already, but on my first door that I pitched solo I actually yelled at the lady. I was so nervous that I yelled my entire pitch, so much so that she even covered her baby’s ears…she did not sign up.”
What is your long term goal?
“I want to own my own logging company in Pittsburg, NH. I love snowmobiling and doing stuff outside so I can just do that during the off season. I currently have 4 of my own chainsaws that are probably worth more than my own car! It requires a lot of start-up money to open a logging company so it will probably take about 30 years. In the mean time I can get experience with management by working at BBC.”
If I were to go out to your car right now what CD would be playing in the stereo?
“(without any hesitation) Eric Church’s album, Chief.”
If you were to get on a plane this afternoon where would you want it to take you?“I would want to go to Alaska. It’s the only place in the United States that isn’t 100% discovered by man. My uncle, who has traveled everywhere, worked in Alaska and said it was his favorite place. I think it would be really cool to know why.”