I Love What I Do

By Olive Cathy

 

When I first started at Blinds To Go 8 years ago, I knew next to nothing about blinds. I attended Blinds To Go University in Montreal, Canada and met so many nice people in the company and they made me feel right at home. I knew then that I was going to like working for this company.

After a week of hands on training at BTGU, I started working in the showroom. I wanted to learn everything possible so I shadowed other DC’s and took notes. Once I became comfortably I was ready to take over the sales floor on my own.

I love coming to work. We worked as a team when I first arrived and still do to this day. What I love most about this job is that you get to meet so many people; you get to here their stories and tell them some of yours. BTG is a fun and friendly place to work.

Over the years I have worked at several different stores in Michigan. I started out selling only $500 to $1000 a week and now I am the top seller in Michigan and a head DC in my store. I have learned about the products inside out and how to present our products to our customer, finding out their needs and meeting those needs.

 

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“BUILDING A GREAT COMPANY …ONE PERSON AT A TIME”

Blinds To Go wants to help you become successful! That’s why we have our award winning management training programs, to teach you valuable skills that will help you learn and grow as an individual and in a team.

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