After 10 years in the advertising industry, today marks my first day as a full time employee with Roy-Pitz. It's hardly my first experience with RPBC though, I've spent the last 8 years working closely with my childhood friends in making this dream a reality, but now I can finally count myself amongst the friends and family that makes this company great. I've watched as Ryan and Jesse, combined with the collective power of an insanely talented group of individuals, turned a passion and a dream into a company to be proud of.

I'm excited to join this team in the day to day challenge of taking this company to the next level and do so in a brand built in my hometown. The brand, the stories, the product and the mission of Roy-Pitz all have an incredible amount of headway and there are a ton of new and exciting things on the horizon (um, yeah get excited) that I'm looking forward to helping bring to fruition.  It's a privilege to work with a product and brand as amazing as the Liquid Art of Roy-Pitz, and be able to connect directly to a customer base as passionate and loyal as the fans of Roy-Pitz are.

As we look forward to all the things to come, I started to take a look back at some of the places we've been.

To Roy-Pitz!

Cheers, 
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Some of the original website designs we did, dating back to 2008.

Writing the business plan, hanging in Chicago, January 2007.

Writing the business plan, hanging in Chicago, January 2007.

A Christmas Social, soliciting investors probably, in the days before it was a reality.

A Christmas Social, soliciting investors probably, in the days before it was a reality.

 
I remember this tough guy photo shoot with Ryan & Jesse when we first got the Sabco, the piece of equipment that launched Roy-Pitz.

I remember this tough guy photo shoot with Ryan & Jesse when we first got the Sabco, the piece of equipment that launched Roy-Pitz.