April 2

ACP Painting Employee Spotlight

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Shotae Tveter:

Hello. My name is Shotae Tveter.

Daniel Garcia:

My name is Daniel Garcia.

Tristan Perkins:

I am Tristan Perkins.

Morgan Karel:

I’m Morgan Karel, and my role right now is, I’m an apprentice.

Shotae Tveter:

I’m an Apprentice Two, almost a Painter One, here at ACP painting. My main job is always being able to lend a helping hand and help show others and help show other apprentices what we, at ACP, expect.

Tristan Perkins:

I am a job lead, and that consists of making sure that the job gets done on time at the same quality and standards that ACP has. Also making sure that all the employees are clocking in and out for their breaks, for their lunches. Making sure everyone knows what they’re supposed to be doing for the day, for whatever tasks that we need to do for that project.

Morgan Karel:

To be successful here, you have to be dedicated and extremely hard working and have to pay attention to little details. Because in the end, that’ll save a lot of time and money.

Daniel Garcia:

Someone who will be successful working at ACP Painting, someone that’s reliable, responsible, on time, and has pride in the workmanship it takes to do the painting jobs. It’s a great place to learn.

Tristan Perkins:

Applying at ACP painting, you’re going to learn the whole thing down from the repairing, all the paint, the different materials. And it’s just good knowledge to have, even if you aren’t going to be a painter. But it’s a great trade to have.

Shotae Tveter:

What can I say? Sometimes it’s hot in the afternoon and cold in the morning and it gets tough sometimes, but you adapt to it, I guess you could say. At the end of the day, you still look at the house that you’ve just worked on, it still looks good. It looks a hundred times better than what it did before. No offense.

Daniel Garcia:

I really enjoy working for this company.

Morgan Karel:

I think my favorite part is probably the people I work with. Everyone is extremely nice and outgoing and friendly.

Tristan Perkins:

Also, I enjoy the owners. They take care of us. They like to work with us on getting what we need to get the job done. And it’s just a nice collaboration, all around, from all the way up top, all the way to the bottom.

Shotae Tveter:

Basically, these guys have become like a second family. And moving here, I really don’t know anybody. So it’s nice to have friends. And that turned into a family.



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