That was a close call!
Meet Nicholas, our Digital Media and Analytics Specialist. Lucky for him, he managed to not break anything on his first day with us! When asked about his clumsiest moment, he had just the answer we were looking for.
‘The clumsiest thing I think I have ever done was at my first job in high school. I was starting at this deli down the street from where I lived and on my first day I was picking up some ceramic doppio cups and I dropped them on the floor and they all shattered into a ton of pieces. I had been on the job maybe an hour and I destroyed hundreds of dollars worth of ceramic cups on my first day. Wasn’t my proudest moment and I thought I was going to get fired on my first day. Luckily for me, I just had to work in the dish room for six months and then they let me interact with customers and handle merchandise again.’
Do we get an invite?
Brittany is the newest team member to A-Train Marketing! To give her a proper introduction, we thought it best to ask her who she would bring to a dinner party of a lifetime. We give her 2 thumbs up!
‘Like any natural born host, I know the most important part of a dinner party is the guest list. For my dinner party of a lifetime, I would be sure to invite my celebrity idol/crush Leonardo DiCaprio. I think he would bring a lot of interesting conversation topics to the table. Which is good because as every good host knows there is nothing worse than an awkward silence. Out of all of the presidents that have been in office Barack Obama is by far my top pick to have at dinner because he would not ruin a good time with talking politics all night long. Plus he would probably bring Michelle! Lastly, my historical figure choice would have to be Frida Kahlo because she is one of my favorite artists and she would bring an incomparable diversity to the table.’