A look at the people that make Rotary Lift
We'd like to introduce you to Pam Hunter, ServAll product consultant with Rotary Lift.
Pam Hunter pictured with her granddaughter
Q: How long have you been with Rotary Lift?
Pam: 9 months – since September 2013. Born & raised in Madison/Hanover, I moved to Tampa, FL and was there for 16 years where I raised my 2 daughters. We spent a year in San Diego when circumstances gave the opportunity to either move back to Madison or Tampa, with my mother and family here in Madison, the choice was easy to make. My career in program management, in the electronics industry, along with the respectful & commendable reputation of Rotary Lift, left the decision to pursue a position on the Rotary Lift Team an easy one.
Q: What’s your favorite thing about your job?
Pam: Meeting and exceeding the customer’s expectations. The opportunities to build relationships, trust and dependability are very self-rewarding. Teaching RAI class ranks up there as one of my favorite things as well. I learn something new each month!Q: What do you enjoy about teaching RAI class?
Pam: Putting names with faces and sharing tips of the trade. Oh and racing the lifts after we install a Shockwave side by side of a standard 2 post!!! To see the looks on the guys’ faces!....they knew it was fast but hadn’t seen them run side by side.
Q: What is one fun fact about you that people may not know?
Pam: I collect frogs…..not real ones of course.
Q: What do you enjoy doing in your time away from work?
Pam: I spend most of my free time with my 16 month old granddaughter, Paige. I also enjoy spending time with my mother and my daughters, Sidnie and Alex.
Q: What are your passions?
Pam: I enjoy sewing, gardening and decorating.
Q: If you could leave tomorrow and go anywhere you wanted where would it be? Why?
Pam: Honestly, I’ve been fortunate to have traveled to a lot of places and there’s no place like home – with my family……and my brother’s camp site, “Time Stops Here”. If I could teleport between 2 places it would have to be Tampa, FL where my youngest daughter attends college…… Gotta get have my Gatorbug fix!Q: If you purchased one Rotary Lift product what would it be? Why?
Pam: I would have to buy a 2-post, 10,000lb asymmetrical – with the Shockwave Option of course! That’s what I teach in RAI Class!