Force Behind the Lift: Allison Wyne

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Pop quiz; How many lift models and variations does Rotary offer? Know the answer? If you do, then you are true blue Rotary fan. Being the leader in the lift industry we’ve got a lot of product and a lot of options for those products.  So, when you order a perfect two post, four post, smart lift or any other lift we offer, making sure everything arrives correctly is handled by our exclusive order management team. They receive orders from all over the world and coordinate between our customers and the manufacturing floor. This team makes sure you get your lift(s) in a timely manner. Think of them as your “lift liaisons.”  

 

Today we talk with Allison Wyne, one of our talented Order Management Coordinators. She and the rest of her team work tirelessly, pouring over every detail to ensure you get the lift you need. So when that SPOA-10 ShockWave in Mercedes black shows up at your shop, you have Allison to thank for it. 

Q: How long have you been with Rotary Lift?

Allison: Although I have only been with Rotary Lift since April, I am somewhat familiar with portions of the company. I worked for a contractor inside the factory for two years ordering and delivering parts for daily production while finishing up my college degree. After moving back to Jefferson County, it’s nice to come back to a place with so many familiar faces.

Q: What do you enjoy about your job?

Allison: My favorite part about my job is my team. We are newly formed and have three brand new employees. It’s been a heck of a learning curve with numerous parts and lifts to learn, as well as getting to know the customers, but we all work well together.

Q: What is your work background in? 

Allison: I first started working at 15 as a lifeguard and was most recently a Customer Service Representative at a bank in Washington County Indiana. Here at Rotary Lift, my team and I are in charge of order management. Once customer POs come in, we get them processed as quickly as possible and help trouble shoot different issues as they arise.  

Q: What is one of the biggest challenges of your job?

Allison: The biggest challenge is not yet knowing everything needed to do my job without asking questions. I look forward to learning more and being able to answer my own questions and can’t wait to see how much more I know in a year or even five years time.A3.jpg

Q: During your work career and personal life what are you most proud of? 

Allison: I’m most proud of the family I am blessed to be a part of. My parents were an exceptional example of what marriage should be. They found ways to raise my siblings and I properly, but made sure they had time to enjoy each other as well. In October of this year, my family will be growing. My fiancé Devon and I will be getting married. His family is amazing, and I can’t wait for that piece of paper to tell us all that we are officially related!

Q: What is one fun fact about you that people may not know? 

Allison: My parents are always quick to bring up my years of vocal lessons that developed my amazing talent of NOT being able to sing. So there’s that…

A1 (2).jpgQ: What do you enjoy doing in your time away from work? 

Allison: I love being outdoors! On the weekends in the summer, I am most likely down at Hanover Beach or out on the Ohio River with friends and family. Devon and I own a Caravelle Interceptor named “Bergalicious” (Bergey is Devon’s last name and will be mine soon!). In the cooler months, we are generally in different off-road parks riding our Polaris RZR.

 

Q: Are you a music person or a sports person?

Allison: Both! In high school I was in a different sport (including swimming, volleyball, tennis, and golf) each season, and couldn’t have imagined it any other way! When it comes to watching sports, I prefer to watch basketball, after all, we are in Indiana, right? I can listen to almost any music, but enjoy country music the most, new or old.

Q: If you purchased one Rotary Lift product what would it be? Why? 

Allison: Devon and I just bought a new-to-us house in Hanover and plan to build a large garage in the upcoming years. New garage? Might as well put a Rotary Lift in it! If we were to purchase a lift, it would be a SM14. We would use it to lift everything from our Polaris RZR to my dad’s Chevy 3500 dually, and we could also use it as a storage solution. We would want as many of our friends and family to be able to use it as possible.

 

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