It’s time to meet another Delta Kits team member! If you’ve ever spoken to one of us on the phone, or seen our social media posts, or better yet wondered what we do in our free time other than think about windshield repair… now’s your chance to put a name or voice to a face and get to know us a little bit more!
This month, we’d like you to get to know Jessica Bell, our Customer Service Representative. Jessica is first up on the phones, so you’ve most likely been greeted by her or called upon by her at some point, and we love having her here!
Where are you from? What brought you to Eugene?I have been in the Eugene and Springfield area for over 15 years. I did move away to Montana in 2015 for a whole, very long year, but had to come back to where my heart is. Oregon is my home and someday, when the time is right, I will raise a family here.
What is something about you that you think makes you unique?I like to think my excellent sense of style makes me unique and causes me to stand out.
How long have you been a Delta Kits employee?I have been working here for about 9 months, learning something new every day along the way.
Favorite hobby besides windshield repair?When the creative juices start to flow, I can be quite crafty. I really enjoy painting fan art and cosplaying my favorite characters. I also spend a lot of time supporting the local music scene.
How many windshields have you repaired/funny story?I have only repaired the test breaks from our certification course but I make the appointments, send the reminders, fill out the paperwork and invoice for payments. So you could say I have “helped” repair countless windshields in the 9 months I have been with Delta Kits.
What is your favorite part of your job?Getting new techs excited about Windshield Repair and chatting with customers from all walks of life, hearing how they are doing and making sure that Delta Kits can be there for them when they need us.
Favorite quote:This quote is written where I can see it almost every day and remember that it is never too late to turn it around; whatever IT may be today. The whole poem is beautiful if you get a chance to check it out I highly recommend it.
“Success is failure turned inside out-silver linings on the clouds of doubt.” – John Greenleaf Whittier