DeWese--Hats Off to Receptionists At Printing Companies
Mike Willemin, an account executive with CPI Graphics in Lansing, MI, nominated the next inductee, Linda Mullen. What's so remarkable about Mike's nomination is that Linda actually works for another printing company. She is the receptionist at Treasure Chest Advertising in Greenville, MI.
Mike writes, "This may seem a little strange electing to nominate a receptionist from another printing company; however, when you deal with a one-in-a-million person, she deserves proper recognition."
Mike continues, "Being an outside vendor to Treasure Chest, we have the privilege of dealing with Linda. You will not find a more pleasant professional. She is always polite and helpful. She handles business with class and integrity. Linda will always get you through to the people you need to talk with or inform you how to get in touch with them. Because of Linda's professional attitude, her best interest is always to the benefit of the company—and it shows!
"Linda has a number of other responsibilities but she always seems to leave you with a personal touch. When making a visit to Treasure Chest, she will always go the extra mile to make you feel welcome. Linda is a blessing to us, and Treasure Chest is fortunate to have her on its team."
Meeting Their Demands
Rich Sirota, president and CEO of Kwik International in New York, nominated our third inductee, Dell Ann McCarty. Kwik, a division of Unidigital, is a large digital imaging company that serves the demanding advertising market in Manhattan.
Rich writes us, "Our customers are among the most demanding anywhere. Our jobs are time- and color-sensitive, and are crucial to the magazine and outdoor advertising of many major clients. Dell Ann puts our clients at ease with her Texas charm. She has the uncanny ability to remember voices and attach the voice to a name. She is literally the calm in the middle of a storm every day.