• Volume 19, Issue 2 | 2nd Quarter

    Employee Spotlight

    Meet Jason Spargo

    Account Manager

    Looking for a new opportunity in a new industry, Jason joined Brooks on Valentines Day (February, 14th) in 2017. Coming from the building industry, Jason brings over 20 years of sales experience with him, including corrugated sales. All of which has helped to prepare him for success as a Brooks Account Manager.

    Each day, he handles customer phone calls, emails, and web orders and researches customer requests to help answer their questions and solve their problems. To Jason, it’s all about utilizing his experience and knowledge to “create a great sales experience for my customers.” And he enjoys talking to his customers, trying to develop long-term relationships through exceptional customer service. “My goal is to know about their day and how they are doing. I care on a personal level—I’m not just all business,” says Jason.

    Enjoying his position with Brooks, Jason says his overall goals are to “keep his customers happy,” which goes a very long way in keeping Brooks management happy. As for what motivates him day in and day out, he credits his wife, of a year and a half, for making each new day as great as the previous one.

    Speaking of marriage, Jason has two stepchildren—a boy and a girl from his recent marriage. And when he’s not at work, he and his wife love to travel, recently visiting Crete, San Diego, and San Francisco. Jason also enjoys fishing and home-brewing craft beers—I’m just not sure in which order. He also enjoys cleaning the house, because it keeps his wife happy. That’s cool. Okay, here’s to rods and reels, IPA, and Krazy Kleen!

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