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Behind The Scenes | Employee Spotlight


Today we thought we would give you access to a little behind the scenes of what makes Fabric Mart so special.  We sat down & asked our current longest employee a few questions... Let's get to know Brett!

Who are you? Tell us a little bit about yourself. 

My name is Brett. I have two jobs, this being my full time job. I live with my girlfriend and twin teenage daughters in Lancaster. We also have a dog and 2 cats. Which is why the 2 jobs.

How long have you worked at Fabric Mart?

I have been working at Fabric Mart for 11 years, 23 days, 10 hours and 32 seconds, but who's counting?

What is your official title?

I am the Warehouse Manager

What are your main responsibilities? What do you do?

How much time do you have? Here is a short list....

Organize and locate fabric on shelves. Schedule, pickup, load, unload, and make room for truck shipments. Order shipping boxes, supplies, and machine parts. Keep the warehouse clean and organized. As well as keep our web and retail store stocked with fabric.

What’s your favorite thing about working at Fabric Mart?

It is a very friendly place to work. The managers are great to work with and make coming to work fun.

What question are you asked the most?

1. How much is this fabric?

2. Where is the bathroom?

Do you consider yourself crafty?

I am crafty in a woodworking and landscaping kind of way. I love building things and I love getting dirty in the yard. It is all about the end result.

Favorite thing to do outside of work? Any hobbies?

Relax. Spending time with my family and friends. Watching football, playing cornhole. 

Do you collect anything?

I collect Funko pops and Nutcrackers. 

What is a TV show you are currently binging?

I am watching Stranger Things and Yellowstone. If you have not watched them, I would recommend it. Just waiting for the seasons to start up again.

If you could only eat one dish for every meal for the rest of your life, what would it be?

Is that even a question? Primanti all the way! (go to to see why.)

Drop some knowledge… What’s the best advice you were ever given?

I am not able to pick just one saying, because my parents taught me a lot, especially my dad. So I would say the advice given to me was more visual. He was a hard working man who put everyone else first. Even with his struggles with cancer, he would always think of others before himself. That is the kind of person I want to be.

Is there anything else you’d like to share?

There is one thing I have to say.... GO EAGLES!!


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