Inside MC: Meet the Team – Drew


Although a somewhat recent addition to the MC Team, Drew is a familiar face to many of our customers, over 300 of whom he met while touring the country on the MCRV Tour! Drew started out working for Maintenance Connection part-time while completing his Bachelor’s Degree at the University of California at Santa Barbara, and joined us full-time upon graduation in the summer of 2009.

Drew was quickly recruited onto the MCRV Team, working diligently to help plan the tour and contacting customers to extend an invitation to attend. Little did he know when he joined MC that he would be spending three months touring the country in an RV – 14,000 miles through 32 states with stops in 24 cities! While on the road, Drew and Brian Kincaid, MC Client Services Manager, had the pleasure of training 320 individuals from 120 different companies. Feedback from customers indicates the tour was a great success – in no small part to Drew’s participation and willingness to spend a quarter of the year as a “road warrior.”

On the personal side, Drew grew up as the oldest of seven siblings on a farm in Northern California. His passion is hockey, which he still plays several times a week. On the UCSB Club Hockey Team, Drew served as assistant captain his junior year and captain his senior year, leading his team to regional championships and a good showing at nationals. When he’s not checking opponents into the boards on the ice rink, Drew also enjoys disc golf, snowboarding and surfing. Drew, pictured during an MC Staff Retreat, is known as a pretty fierce competitor, claiming multiple Maintenance Connection Disc Golf Championships!

When sports don’t provide enough adrenaline, Drew turns to his motorcycle. In the summer of 2006, Drew and a group of ten friends embarked on an intense adventure, logging 4000 miles in six days without ever touching a freeway. With “friends of friends” joining the ride along the way, the group boasted over 25 riders through much of the adventure. The highlight of the tour was “The Dragon’s Tail of the West” – a rider’s dream with 147 miles of un-cambered curves stretching from Redding, California to the California Coastal Range.

Given the enthusiasm Drew displayed working with customers on the MCRV Tour, he will be moving into a new role that allows him to continue this outreach – so don’t be surprised to find Drew on the other end of the line calling to touch base and make sure all is going well with Maintenance Connection at your organization.

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