Goodbye, Farewell, and Amen

interns and Katie

From left to right: Madison Case, Annie Hauser, Katie Crain, Andy Sernovitz, Ari Olswanger, Evette Tan, and Brooke Randel

“Look, I know how tough it is for you to say goodbye, so I’ll say it.  Maybe you’re right, maybe we will see each other again, but just in case we don’t, I want you to know how much you’ve meant to me.”
– Hawkeye Pierce, “Goodbye, Farewell, and Amen”, M*A*S*H

A few weeks ago, we said goodbye to what was undoubtedly one of the finest group of interns with which we’ve had the privilege of working.  As hard as we tried, we just couldn’t convince them to forget college, quit school, and continue working with us for free.  Seriously, though, they did a great deal behind the scenes — and sometimes even in front.  Most of all, they brought humor, a willingness to work hard, an overabundance of great ideas, and an eagerness to learn to work every day.  Our offices feel a little less full without their presence.

There’s no question, these young folks are stars in the making.  If you’re looking to hire any of them, you’d better act quick.  We’ve already hired Evette, and it’s probably fair to say that we’ve got an “in” with the rest.

This week, we are also saying goodbye to another star, Katie Crain.  Katie has been working as our Director of Client Services, and if you’ve signed any partner agreements with GasPedal lately, you’ve probably spoken with Katie.  She has made a tremendous impact on our company with her professionalism, steady hand, good cheer, and a “let’s get the job done” attitude.  We are a better company because of her, and to say she will be missed is an understatement.

Thank you, Madison, Annie, Ari, Evette, Brooke.  Thank you, Katie.

By the way, GasPedal is hiring and looking for a new group of amazing interns.

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