Each month, we highlight one of our Twin Hill team members. This month, we're speaking with Jason Usie, National Sales Manager.
What is your job title? National Sales Manager.
How long have you worked at Twin Hill? 2 years.
What’s the first thing you do when you get to work? Review my calendar/email and then on to client prospecting.
Coffee or tea? Coffee.
Have you read any good books lately? The New Strategic Selling.
What is your favorite season in Texas? Spring.
How have you progressed since joining Twin Hill? I was hired into Twin Hill in February 2017 as Senior Program Manager for American Airlines. I also worked in the same capacity on the UPS uniform program. Recently, I moved into my current role as a National Sales Manager.
What are your main responsibilities? Business development and growth, prospecting, relationship building and above all, selling mutually beneficial, large scale corporate apparel programs.
Which part of your job do you enjoy the most? I like the challenge and the people. Every day is different and very fast paced.
What is the most challenging part of your job? Right now it’s learning (at a rapid pace) the Twin Hill sales process.
What’s your favorite sports team? Houston Astros and Houston Texans.
What department is your role under? Sales and Marketing.
What makes your team different than others? The sales team are road warriors and work remotely, so we are not together as a group very often. It’s a passionate, fun, and energetic bunch.
How would you describe your team in three words? Driven, supportive, trustworthy.
Outside of work, do you have any hobbies or interests? Obstacle course racing, riding my Harley, watching football and baseball.
What has been the highlight of your career at Twin Hill so far? Being hired into the National Sales Manager role.
What is one thing that most people do not know about you? I have worked the Super Bowl Halftime Show for the last 2 years as a member of the on-field stage and lighting crew.
If you could be anywhere (other than the office) right now, where would you be? Snow skiing.
What’s the best vacation spot? In the mountains.
What will you do when you get home today? Go for a run.