Michael Boemerman

Posted on September 20th, by SCPST

Territory Sales Manager
Ohio, Indiana and Western Kentucky
Joined Style Crest in 2021

Related Experience
25 years of sales/operations experience in the building materials industry

What types of accomplishments give you the most amount of pride at work?
Helping a customer get their business to the next level.

Outside of work, what are your favorite activities?
Traveling, going to concerts, and hopefully doing both with my family.

Either work or play, you know you had a good day when…
When you cant wait to do it all over again.

When a challenge presents itself, the approach I take is…
Don’t procrastinate.

If I were a professional athlete, this is the sport I’d like to be the best at.
Baseball.



Paul Schmitz

Posted on July 27th, by SCPST

Territory Sales Manager

Mid Atlantic

Joined Style Crest in 2021

Related Experience

Hardware & Building Materials Sales

How would you characterize your relationship with your customers?

Collaborative Partnership.

Outside of work, what are your favorite activities?

Rehabbing homes, hiking, and golfing.

Either work or play, you know you had a good day when…

You are physically exhausted at the end of the day.

When a challenge presents itself, the approach I take is…

To get multiple perspectives before taking action.

The best advice I ever received was…

Always be prompt for appointments.

If I were a professional athlete, this is the sport I’d like to be the best at.

Tennis.

 



Russell Kershaw

Posted on November 2nd, by SCPST

Territory Sales Manager
Up-state SC, Eastern TN, Western NC, WV
Joined Style Crest in 2018

Related Experience
34 years in Residential Exterior Products

How would you characterize your relationship with your customers?
Friendly but business professional.

Outside of work, what are your favorite activities?
Tennis and time with my family.

Either work or play, you know you had a good day when…
You can look back at the day and feel a sense of accomplishment.

The best advice I ever received was…
Treat others the way you yourself expect to be treated the golden rule.

If I were a professional athlete, this is the sport I’d like to be the best at.
Football, a true team sport.



Contact the Mid-Atlantic Team

Posted on October 1st, by SCPST

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Glen Spencer

Posted on September 29th, by SCPST

Regional Vice President
Northern States
Joined Style Crest in 2012

Related Experience
25 years working within the manufactured housing industry

Outside of work, what are your favorite activities?
Spending time on the water fishing or enjoying time on the beach with the family.

Either work or play, you know you had a good day when…
When you cross the finish line, you might not win every day, but making it to the end sometimes is the reward

When a challenge presents itself, the approach I take is…
When faced with eating 3 frogs, eat the biggest one first.

The best advice I ever received was…
If the wind will not provide, take to the oars, the key is to keep moving forward.

If I were a professional athlete, this is the sport I’d like to be the best at.
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Nancy

Posted on September 29th, by SCPST

Inside Sales Associate
Residential Housing
Joined Style Crest in 1998

What types of accomplishments give you the most amount of pride at work?
Customer’s growing with Style Crest and having a great experience

How would you characterize your relationship with your customers?
Fantastic

Outside of work, what are your favorite activities?
Air pistol shooting

When a challenge presents itself, the approach I take is…
Honesty

The one place I know I can relax and prepare for the coming week is…
Riding a Harley

The best advice I ever received was…
Be true to who you really are