A look at the people that make Rotary Lift
Today we're speaking with Scott Ferris, product consultant with Rotary Lift.
Scott plays a big part in our RAI training classes as an instructor for our Y-lift class. If you have a Y-lift question, Scott will have the answer! He also handles many of our PD (program distributor) accounts which include Parts Plus and O'Reilly's. He is very active with his children and enjoys coaching during his off time. Now let's hear what Scott had to say!
Q: How long have you been with Rotary Lift?
Scott: Two years and three months
Q: What do you enjoy about your job?
Scott: I like being able to help out the people that call in with their problems and help fixing their lifts. It is also interesting talking with the RAI's from different parts of the country, and getting to know them personally.
Q: What’s your favorite part of RAI Training class?
Scott: I like getting to meet the people that come to class, and put a face with the voice on the phone when they call in. It is also interesting learning stuff from them about different problems or successes they have run into in the field.
Q: How many calls do you handle in a day?
Scott: It could be anywhere from 50-100 calls per day, just depending on how busy we are and if we are short people that day.Q: What is one fun fact about you that people may not know?
Scott: My nickname is Chicken — I got this from my high school baseball buddies because my dad has hundreds of rare exotic chickens, and I had to show them in 4-H when I was younger. To this day most of my high school and college friends still don’t call me by my first name.
Q: Who's your favorite sports team?
Scott: Cincinnati Reds
Q: What’s your favorite vacation spot?
Scott: Friends of my moms have a cabin on a lake in Tennessee where we can stay as long as we want fish, swim and boat. It is very peaceful and we always have a great time.
Q: If you purchased one Rotary Lift product what would it be? Why?
Scott: Rotary SPOA10, it is very versatile; I would be able to do everything I would know how to fix with it - I just need a taller garage.