Welcome Zack Shornick to crowdSPRING Ross | August 15th, 2013

Last week, we announced that we were looking to add another person to our customer service team. We described the position and reminded applicants:

Oh yea. . . one more thing? Your assignment is to read this blog post before you apply; believe me, we’ll know if you did! http://blog.crowdspring.com/2011/03/tips-for-small-business-dear-applicant-please-show-me-what-i-need-to-see/

I stopped reading resumes a long time ago. If you haven’t taken the time to put together a creative cover email/letter, we won’t take the time to consider you for a position at crowdSPRING.

In the end, one person stood out above the rest and put a big smile on our faces with his “cover letter.” The letter was actually a custom video (below)  that Zack Shornick created for crowdSPRING on the day we posted our ad.

We are happy to let you know that Zack’s first day is today. Please welcome Zack to the crowdSPRING team.

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