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At Fabric Mart: Taking Care of Business

Have you ever been on the phone with a business and wondered what the person on the other side looks like? Well now you're going to find out! Here we are featuring Chris and Lisa--- the two ladies that answer the phones, process your orders and get them ready to ship out the door. They do a wide variety of different things to make the business run smoothly. Below we've listed just a short list of tasks!

Chris is the General Manager of Fabric Mart. Chris schedules the fabric cutters, answers questions that employees have as well as customer questions, processes your fabric order and gets it out the door. 

Lisa is the accountant of Fabric Mart. When Lisa is not balancing the bank account, she is processing wholesale orders, answering customer questions and helps Chris process website orders. 


So the next time you call Fabric Mart and Lisa or Chris answer the phone, thank them for all they do. They have a lot of patience to help the customers and manage the employees.

Learn more about Chris and Lisa in the personal interview!

How long have you worked at Fabric Mart?
Chris: 11 years
Lisa: On and off for most of my life. (Lisa's dad is a co-owner of FM). I have worked here full-time for 1 1/2 years.

Describe a typical day at Fabric Mart?
Chris: Busy, Busy
Lisa: Crazy!

What do you do when you leave work?
Chris: Chill out
Lisa: Cook, read, shop

How do you take your coffee?
Chris: Tea with cream and sugar
Lisa: Black!

What is the best part of your job?
Chris: Cleaning off my desk.
Lisa: My co-workers

If you were stranded on a desert island, who from Fabric Mart, would you take?
Chris: Lisa
Lisa: Chris

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