Thursday, December 29, 2011

Bob Aamodt, Inc.

 A Welcome Place

It was about a year ago that I got another job. When I first began this blog in January (I can’t believe it’s been almost a year…) I wrote about my second job more than I did my main job. I did this because my part-time job was more fun than my full-time job. I worked as a Director of Marketing and Communications for Bob Aamodt, Inc.

In the spring I worked every Friday. Due to the former Utah governor Jon Huntsman, he gave all of us Fridays off—something that has since been changed. It was a perfect set up for me—work 40 hours Monday through Thursday, then go and have a great time working with a friend I’ve known for over 30 years on Friday.

The summer came and my duties changed a little at my part-time job. I was switched and given a different focus. This was okay with me…I still had the part-time gig and I was still having fun.

As the summer progressed it became obvious to everyone that the work just wasn’t there to justify working eight hours a week. I could always work more or less than eight hours a week. I just worked until the work was finished. In September the work was basically done, and when the work ends, so does the pay.

I’m working on one project now, possibly the biggest project the company does all year and it is an amazing project. It’s called the Bob Aamodt Vertical Challenge. It’s a charity event held each year at Snowbasin Ski Resort. All proceeds go to ScoutReach, the charity arm for the Boy Scouts of America. I made a couple of promotional videos that I’m really proud of. You can access them: HERE and HERE. The 2012 Challenge is on February 28, 2012. It's truly a great event. You can get more information about the Vertical Challenge: HERE. Please consider it.

It’s sometimes difficult to tell the people you care about just how important they’ve been in your life. Everyone at Bob Aamodt, Inc. always treated me incredibly good. It’s how they treat all their clients and vendors. It’s how they treat everyone who walks in that door first built by Mormon pioneers over a century ago. If you’re in need of financial services, please consider using them. Here’s the link to their website: HERE. I guarantee they’ll make you feel at home. Thanks again for the year that was. All the best for the year that is to come.

1 comment:

  1. You are so incredibly nice! We miss you in the office but are privileged to have you working on the Vertical Challenge again! I hope you and your family have a very nice New Year! Tell them hello for me!