Passionate to the core and knee deep into zany, Danny Dunn is something to behold in a hardhat or a grass skirt. (Yes, he's donned both--not necessarily, but possibly, at the same time.) His dedication to the ReStore cause officially began in 2011 as a part time Beaverton ReStore assistant. He's been assistant manager of the Clark County Habitat Store since February 2014, and has now accepted the position of Portland ReStore manager. When he takes over the reins later this month, Danny will have held every possible in-store position. Congratulations, Danny Dunn!
During their fall week of service, Reed College students cut and labeled over 650 square yards of carpet, then loaded a full truck of cabinets for delivery to our Clark County Habitat Store. Their energy, great attitude and team work were a testament to their character and service-oriented spirit. Thanks, guys. Have a great year at Reed!
Demarcus, take a bow!
Demarcus Stephens has been beaming! A little over a year ago,
Demarcus became a ReStore volunteer through the Steps to Success program.
Impressed by his efforts, managers offered him a job only two weeks later. Now, he's moving up again. He has taken on the job of warehouse supervisor at our Beaverton ReStore.Well done, Demarcus!
Once a year staff from all three ReStores get together for our annual retreat. This year we honed our customer service skills, engaged in diversity training exercises, learned about new marketing initiatives, and marked with great attention Joe Connell's State of the ReStore update. But no team-building exercise would be complete without a little R&R in or on the water. It was a terrific day at Beacon Rock State Park.
You've got what it takes to be a terrific ReStore volunteer.