SERVPRO of Dartmouth / New Bedford South Employee Photos
This is a group shot taken of our stellar SERVPRO Team in November 2017. Couldn't be prouder to have such a compassionate, dedicated and hard working team. Thank you for all you do!
Doug is President and owner of SERVPRO Dartmouth/New Bedford South and SERVPRO Marion/Middleborough. Doug grew up in Dartmouth and after working 10 years for a Fortune 500 company he came back to the SouthCoast area to follow his passion and fulfill a life-long dream of being a business owner. Now, more than 4 years later he's been successful in more than doubling the companies business.
He's an active member of the South Coast Business Alliance, New Bedford Area Chamber of Commerce, Fall River Area Chamber of Commerce & Industry, South Coast Hospital System Council, South Eastern Mass Association of Realtors and the SouthCoast Young Professional Network. He is proud of all that his team has accomplished thus far and is excited to see the company continue to flourish.
Amy is our Administrative Assistant. She has a ton of energy and loves to be part of the action whenever possible. Whether it's speaking consolingly to a customer or jumping in to lend a hand when the crews need help, Amy is right there ready for whatever SERVPRO needs her to do.
Chris brings to SERVPRO over 20 years of sales and marketing experience. His primary role is to build relations throughout or territory. He also handles our social media and website content. Chris is an ambassador for the New Bedford Area Chamber of Commerce as well as the Fall River Area Chamber of Commerce & Industry. Helping others is Chris's passion so his role here at SERVPRO is a perfect fit.
Michelle brings a great deal of energy and desire to make sure that SERVPRO is top of mind wherever she goes. She has a tremendous amount of marketing and sales experience and we are proud to have her be a part of our team.
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