Force Behind the Lift: Anne Brewster

What would be the ideal job for an outdoor enthusiast who enjoys hiking, fishing and square dancing? Park Ranger, white water rafting guide, maybe even a veterinarian. Financial analyst, accountant or any other process driven position probably wasn't top of mind. It takes a talented individual to fire from both the creative and analytical sides of the brain. Anne Brewster however, fits that description perfectly. Anne is part of the finance team at Rotary lift, and works to ensure our products stay leading the industry. Today we talk to Anne, and find out more about the woman who is just as comfortable reading a trail map as she is pages of financial data.  

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Force Behind the Lift: Julie Moore

julie_moore_faceWhen you think of a credit specialist, images of vast call centers and thick accented operators come to mind. Maybe someone sitting in a glass office determining how much they think you can afford when buying a home. A Rotary credit specialist however, may be as much a part of your team as your lead mechanic. They analyze the numbers and payments as well as keep accounts organized, sort of a “Lift Accountant.” You wear many hats, as a Credit Specialist, and Julie probably has a hat for each day of the month. Today we talk with Julie and learn a little more about how she works to keep your shop stocked with lifts.   

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The Force Behind the Lift: Kyle Bipes

What makes for a strong company? Reliable products, good marketing, a solid sales team; all of those for sure, but what about after the sale? Many say how a company takes care of their customers, may be the truest measure of strength. If that holds true, then Rotary has some serious power. Our customer service team is second to none, and you encounter it with every call.

Today we are talking with Kyle Bipes, Technical Product Consultant for Rotary Lift. Whether you need to know the standard length of a hydraulic hose on a SPOA10, or the correct way to flush mount the RLP77, Kyle can give you the information you need. Our customer service team at Rotary really know their lifts and Kyle, though the youngest member on the team, is no exception! 

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The Force Behind the Lift: Allison Hall

How do you setup your 401k to get the optimal return? Which insurance plan is best for your family of four? What is the best stretch to relieve a pain in your quadriceps or even what key was Beethoven’s 5th Symphony originally written in? You would probably have to ask several different professionals to find the answers to these questions, but if you are lucky enough to work at Rotary Lift, you have Allison Hall. Allison is our Compensation and Benefits Coordinator and one of the smiling faces you meet on your first day at Rotary. So from power lifting to payroll questions, she can do it all. Let’s take a few minutes to get to know Allison, our resident Renaissance Woman.

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The Force Behind the Lift - Jared Miller

Have you ever needed someone to build a website from the ground up? A person to edit a photo where it looks like you climbed Everest? Maybe you are looking for a guy who makes his own clothes and uses turtle shells as cereal bowls? Well, do we have the man for you! Jared Miller, Web Design Specialist for Rotary Lift. Jared is a man of many talents to say the least. He is responsible for the design and overall feel of our websites, as well as being our resident Photoshop expert. Let’s take a few minutes to get to know the guy who can design a great looking mobile website, but can’t view it because he doesn’t have a cell phone.

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These guys need a lift.

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Force Behind the Lift: Kim Jones

Rosie "The Riveter", "Rowdy" Ronda Rousey, Kim "The Woman of Steel" Jones, what do these three have in common?  They're driven, great at their job, and could no doubt beat me in a fist fight.  However, there is only one that will ensure your shop or garage gets the very best lift and accessories money can buy.  Kim Jones, is one of Rotary Lift's Cell Coordinators and today we find out a little more about the "Woman of Steel."  

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The Force Behind the Lift: Intern Edition

Here at Rotary we are pleased to offer internships to some of the best and brightest collge students, so that they may gain valuable work experience from the makers of the "World's Most Trusted Lift."  They mean more to Rotary than a short 3 month "summer job," they become part of the Rotary family.  From the production floor to the accounting department, our interns work along side us everyday.  How about we learn a little more about the "little lifters."

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The Force Behind the Lift- Trey Dolbeare

Have you ever used MYSPACE, Facebook, or Twitter? If so, then you have Trey Dolbeare to thank.  He was the inventor of several popular social media sites.  Okay, we may have embellished that a little, or completely made it up.  Trey, however did accomplish something almost as amazing, he was a Rotary intern for three terms, and then decided to make it a career.  He is now a Graphic Design Specialist, and today we are going to learn a little more about the youngest member of the marketing team.

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The Force Behind the Lift: Intern Edition

Here at Rotary we are pleased to offer internships to some of the best and brightest collge students, so that they may gain valuable work experience from the makers of the "World's Most Trusted Lift."  They mean more to Rotary than a short 3 month "summer job," they become part of the Rotary family.  From the production floor to the accounting department, our interns work along side us everyday.  How about we learn a little more about the "little lifters."

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The Force Behind the Lift- Barb Greene

Today we are talking with Barb Greene, Product Consultant for Rotary Lift

You may have talked to Barb for one reason or another over the past couple of years. Currently working in Servall™ with the car programs, she’s also helped manage moving our product from the factory line to the installer’s hands. Let's get to know Ms. Greene  and find out what makes this chick tick.

 

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