Phyllis Blay of Cellular Sales South Georgia sits down with the Cellular Sales Blog.
What is your title?
Lead Sales Support, I work in the back of the house supporting the reps on the sales floor.
How long have you worked with Cellular Sales?
What is it your role within Cellular Sales?
I am in charge of processing sales transactions. I also support the sales contractors, help them problem solve on sales and customer service issues.
Please tell me about your most satisfying experience since you joined the company.
Knowing early on during my time at Cellular Sales in the South Georgia, that I am a part of a great work environment!
What makes Cellular Sales such a special company to work with?
The people make it a great place to be. It does not hurt that we have an awesome product to back us up.
What do you enjoy most about working with Cellular Sales?
I enjoy helping others. Knowing I can be there for the contractors means a lot to me. I enjoy the fact that this is not a place where you “ punch the clock” and go home. We seem to have a family environment. We take care of one another. That is what I like to see.
Are there any obstacles you face at work?
Absolutely ! That is what keeps it interesting!
Before working here, what was the most unusual or interesting job you’ve ever had?
Eastlawn Memorial. It was a cemetery and I did telesales on site. Fun times!
Do you have a funny story about working at Cellular Sales?
The question itself brings a smile to my face. I have actually been a part of Verizon for 8 years now. Knowing that all walks of life have cell phones allows a person to see a lot. If I had to tell a story ,my first experience would include a customer handing a sales representative a phone that had gone into the toilet. The look on the reps face was priceless when she realized what she was holding in her hand. I understood quite quickly to troubleshoot from afar when a customer tries to hand over a cell phone. Please take note for yourself!!
Do you have any kids?
Yes , Aiden. He is 8.
What are your hobbies?
Anything outdoors. Going to the beach and getting plenty of exercise.
If a cell phone was named after you, what would it be called?
If you were stuck on a desert island, what three things would you have to have with you?
Hair conditioner, my son, and a hunter man to bring us food…lol!
And finally… Droid or iPhone?