Survive-a-Storm Shelters is a company focused on people.
At Survive-a-Storm Shelters, we love our customers, and we like to get to know them as much as possible over the phone and internet, because we want to make sure they get the very best possible shelter for their family. Recently we thought it might also be nice to let our customers get to know us a little better too. That’s why we’re starting a mini-series of biographies, and our first employee in the spotlight is Paul!
Paul is a jack of all trades, which serves us well at Survive-a-Storm Shelters. He is on the sales team, and he is certified to drive trucks, so he delivers our storm shelters quite frequently. He is interested in “everything and anything,” and his life proves that. He was in the US Army for eight years and served in Desert Storm. He’s also been a helicopter mechanic, insurance salesman, college student, and poultry farmer. Today he lives out in the country with his wife and only daughter, but he also shares his life with two dogs, three horses, thirteen chickens, and 1250 quail babies. Paul’s an easy-going guy who’s always got a story in his pocket. One such story involves fishing out on a pond when a storm was approaching. He says the fishing line jumped out of the water, and his hair stood on end, just as lightning struck the water. What did he learn from fishing in lightning? That fish bite better just before a storm.
Now that you know a little about Paul, check out our above ground and underground storm shelters on our website or give us a call at 888-360-1492 today. Experts are on standby, waiting to answer all of your questions.