Hey Jack, how are you, man? Good, I'm good. Great to see you. Hey, what's going on?
Oh man, we've had a client come in. I'm trying to catch up on emails, you know? I don't get to get here that often, so super excited. Let's take a walk. [Music]
Oh my gosh, I got sparkles. [Applause]
So John, what do you do here at All Points?
Well, I'm the VP of Sales and Marketing, so I've got a great team of folks, and you know, we're putting together, we're trying to get you the message, and we're trying to show you why we are better than the rest.
Alright, so John, everybody says that you're the best salesman here. Give us your All Points pitch.
Oh gosh, giving you the pitch, it's really not a sales pitch. It's all about transparency, right? It's really showing you what we do and why we can do it better and faster, and it's telling the truth every time. Um, you know, it's not a hard sell. So, super simple, this place sells itself.
What do you think your favorite item in the warehouse is?
I don't know, man. I love this boat paddle; it is awesome. Ever played tennis back in the day?
Um, yeah, on Thursday, in 1977. [Music]
Are you forklift certified?
Listen, I'm pallet jack certified. Okay, if I had to, in a pinch, I can jump on that and operate it. Back in the day, um, I worked in a warehouse, so yes.
Tell me about the customer service here at All Points.
Oh gosh, listen, we treat you like family. We're going to welcome you in, right? You're gonna have a dedicated account executive; you're gonna have my number. If you need something, you know you're part of the family. We're going to do whatever it takes to take care of you, right?
Well, hey, we're in the All Points print room. So, we've got a couple of high-speed digital presses, right? Two pages a second. We do everything from thank you cards to coupon cards. Order again from us, we print like a lot of stuff. Full color, binding, etc. So it's just an added value that we offer to our customers.
So John, there are a lot of boxes here. How many boxes do you think are in this Warehouse?
Man, let me see, one, five, seven. I'm saying like 12.3 kajillion. Um, but it's a lot, right? So I'm not going to guess several hundred thousand.