The Force Behind The Lift - Meet Jeremy Geer


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Today we want to introduce a new member of our team, Mr. Jeremy Geer, product consultant with Rotary® Lift. Jeremy joined our team a few months ago and has become a true team player. He cares about his customers, and getting their questions answered. It's employees like Jeremy that make Rotary Lift what is is today. Take a few minutes to meet Jeremy, one of Rotary’s Force Behind the Lift. 

Q:  How long have you been with Rotary Lift?

A little over 3 months

Q:  What do you enjoy about your job?

I enjoy the atmosphere here at Rotary Lift. Everyone here at Rotary has been helpful and friendly.

Q:  What is your background in customer service?

I was a Surveillance Supervisor at Belterra Casino.  So, almost every employee at Belterra was a “customer”. We were always being called about rules, regulations and procedures -- as well as any general questions.

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

Trying to figure out what part the customer needs. Being fairly new at this job, it’s going to take some time to learn shortcuts, and just the knowledge to do this job more efficiently – while getting the customer the correct parts he needs to get his lift up and running.

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

I would say I’m proud of my work career. I have never settled for average. Any job I have ever had, I have always put 110% in. I always want to put that extra effort and have pride in the work that I do.

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

I’m a huge dog lover.  I have two dogs:  Eli is a Great Dane/Boxer mix and Mia is a hybrid wolf.

Q:  What do you enjoy doing in your time away from work?

I enjoy golfing during the summer, hunting in the fall/winter and of course spending time with my fiancé.

Q:  Are you more of a music fan or a sports fan?

I am a huge sports fan. Indianapolis Colts and Cincinnati Reds are my two favorites.

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

I would probably pick an SL-212 Shockwave™, with bench controls. It has a clean look and doesn’t have the columns in the way of everything else.

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