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Robinson

Recruiting Manager - Tulsa, OK.

I grew up in a combination of Muskogee, OK and Tulsa/Jenks, OK. Growing up, I was inspired by both my mom and my dad in different ways. They’re very strong, hardworking people and I think I realized my influence from them later in life. You know, looking back, I realize now that they were big influences for me even though, at the time, I didn’t realize it.

One of the biggest lessons I learned from my childhood: Do not jump on a trampoline with a bowling ball. That’s a real lesson I learned. I knocked out one of my front teeth by doing it. I was only about nine years old or so.

I went to college at the University of Oklahoma (Boomer Sooner!) and I studied public relations. As far as clubs or extra-curricular activities go, I was a member of Phi Gamma Delta, but we were told that it’s not a club, it is fraternity.

One thing I want to do, and this is not really a tough accomplishment, but I want to want to travel outside of the United States.

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I grew up in a combination of Muskogee, OK and Tulsa/Jenks, OK. Growing up, I was inspired by both my mom and my dad in different ways. They’re very strong, hardworking people and I think I realized my influence from them later in life. You know, looking back, I realize now that they were big influences for me even though, at the time, I didn’t realize it.

One of the biggest lessons I learned from my childhood: Do not jump on a trampoline with a bowling ball. That’s a real lesson I learned. I knocked out one of my front teeth by doing it. I was only about nine years old or so.

I went to college at the University of Oklahoma (Boomer Sooner!) and I studied public relations. As far as clubs or extra-curricular activities go, I was a member of Phi Gamma Delta, but we were told that it’s not a club, it is fraternity.

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When I’m not working, I like to spend time with my family. I have a young daughter and a wife, Tiffany. I like to play guitar, grill, camp, and golf. I grew up playing golf.

When I lived in Muskogee, my dad would drop me and one of my neighbors off at the Country Club on his way to work. He would drop us off at 7:30 and we’d play golf, tennis, and swim until he’d pick us up at 5:30.

I learned how to play guitar through my brother. He got me a guitar my junior year of high school and taught me how to play.

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In work, the biggest impression I’d like to leave most is that people understand that I cared for them. Yeah, I’ll just leave it at that because I noticed my answers are all getting really long.

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I work in the Tulsa, OK branch. My workplace is collaborative, competitive, and very like-minded. The energy here is exciting. Everyone loves coming together and finding ways to be successful together.

I think the common factor is that the people here are competitive, but with high integrity and character. I’m proud of our resilience and seeing people grind through the really tough times.

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Well, I can juggle, which I learned through a class in high school. I have two middle names: Patrick and Edward. And I am a champion lip singer.

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I had two jobs before coming here.

The first, I was a Talent Agent, if you want to call it that, but I worked for a small booking company that booked local and regional concerts.

Then, I left there for the big business of Enterprise Rent-A-Car, where I wanted to learn how corporate America worked.

I finally realized I was putting in a lot of work towards something that wasn’t at all what I wanted to be, and it wasn’t the business I wanted to be in it. They didn’t match my values or anything like that.

I could feel that when I interviewed with Inceed. It was more so just a feeling. I knew these were great people who worked for a really good company.

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