Meet Our Employee of the Month: Zachary Stacy
If you’ve ever had your vehicle serviced with us, then you’ve likely had the pleasure of meeting our incredibly friendly service advisor, Zach, who also happens to be our employee of the month for December! I caught up with Zach for a little getting-to-know-you Q&A, which means now you’ll feel like fast friends 🙂
Q. How long have you worked in the automotive industry?
A. I have been with Honda since June of 2012, but have been in the automotive industry for 15 years.
Q. What made you choose to work for Frank Leta?
A. I used to work with a couple of Frank Leta employees at another Honda dealer and they had nothing but the highest remarks for the company. Shortly after, I spoke with the service director and was able to come in and see the company for myself, but at the time was committed to another Honda dealer. A couple of years went by, then the service director contacted me with another job opportunity with Frank Leta–the timing was just right.
Q. Name one thing you can’t get through your workday without.
A. Last week I would have said an energy drink, but I quit…so…
Q. What are the three most important things in life to you?
A. I would definitely say that my relationship with God is the most important, as this is what everything in my life is filtered through (my Christian world view). Second, my family and friends, and third, my time off to relax (generally spent working on projects).
Q. You’re on your lunch break and can eat at any restaurant in St. Louis–where would you go?
A. Sugerfire BBQ.
Q. What’s your favorite thing to hear from a customer?
A. Compliments on our department as a whole, because it is truly a team effort.
Q. You have a free Saturday–what do you spend it doing?
A. Typically hanging out with my wife and two kids, or working on a project around the house.
Q. Finish this sentence: “If I wasn’t working in the automotive industry, I would be doing ______________”.
Q. What is one thing people would be surprised to learn about you?
A. I typically get an unusual look when I get into conversations about education, then let people know I have a degree in theology, yet work in the automotive industry.