Mission Moments: Kari Meets a Spectacular Saleswoman

 

 

photo 1My moment happened during a Truck Stop we were having one night in Athens where we were trying to engage with the attendees to support the truck raffle and get more involved with ESP. One of the participants broke in to the crowd with cards and flyers ready to start conversations and get some tickets sold. She brought more people to our table than we could count, and no one could keep up with her! Her spirit brought so much joy to every person she encountered, and it was so much fun to watch her in her element. She was such an inspiration for me to get out of my comfort zone and go be a vocal advocate for ESP and the raffle in every situation I encounter. She is a rockstar, and she is why I love my job!

Katarina Christmann
About The Author

Katarina Christmann

COORDINATOR OF COMMUNICATIONS Katarina Christmann studied Advertising and Art History at the University of Georgia and just graduated in May 2015. Katarina began as a Public Relations and Special Events Intern at ESP. The fast pace and variety of the work at ESP are what drew her to the position, but the kids are what kept her here. Katarina is from St. Simons Island. When she’s not spending time at ESP, Katarina loves baking, reading, and hiking. Katarina is beyond excited to continue her time here at ESP and to put her own touch on things!

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