Some of you know that my company is constantly in a state of change. I like to think of this as progress...incorporating innovative ideas to make our products, process and service more fun, efficient and effective. Some of you have seen me doing this for 5, 10 or even 20 years. The truth is I became addicted to change very early on. My parents were truck drivers so I'm a product of waking up every morning in a different place. Change is my life.
Harrelson Trumpets has taken on two new employees to prepare for a number of changes in our business model. First, we have Meg who is now our website designer, photographer and videographer. She's very excited to be working with us and in her first week has created a new layout for our next website launch. Meg is especially important to us since we've been on the web since 2001, but have never had a proper web presence. This is due to the fact that Jen and I built the website(s) ourselves with no training. We did our best, but that isn't good enough so now we have Meg! This will give Jen the freedom to explore various PR venues we have ignored up until now. I have turned down numerous high profile interviews simply because we don't even have a press kit. This will change. I also hired a second shop assistant, Evan, who is learning metal finishing. My future production goals involve the majority of future leadpipe and bell components being milled on the VMC hence the need for an expert metal finisher to free up more of my time.
We at HT are embracing change, now let's go build some cool horns...