The faces of MB

Meet: Thomas Yorgen, Production Manager

We have many team members at MB whose jobs are more behind the scenes, and we don’t often get the opportunity to introduce them to our clients and the rest of the world. As part of an ongoing weekly series, we’re sharing a fast, interesting Q&A with one of our people that will let you (and us!) get to know them a little better.

1. What job at MB would you like to try for a day?

President

2. When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?

When I grow up? I am still a kid now, but when I was a little kid, a cowboy. I grew up watching Gun Smoke, Bonanza, and The Big Valley. Just give me a horse and a six-shooter.

3. What do you think your parents worried about when they were your age?

Me. : )

4. If you could watch only one hour of TV a week, what would you watch?

One hour? Come on, Mom, 1.5 hours, please. Touch, and my ½ hour would be New Girl. Secretly I have a crush on Zooey Deschanel. Actually, my wife knows, so it’s not really a secret.

5. What is your favorite take-out food?

I don’t know that it is my favorite, but it is the only take-out food we get, and that is pizza from Bazbeaux.

6. What will be your next milestone in life?

Death

We’ve started back at the beginning of our list! You can learn more about Thomas in last year’s profile. Check back next week when we profile another member of our operations team.

The faces of MB

Meet: Thomas Yorgen, Production Manager

We have many team members at MB whose jobs are more behind the scenes, and we don’t often get the opportunity to introduce them to our clients and the rest of the world. As part of an ongoing weekly series, we’re sharing a fast, interesting Q&A with one of our people that will let you (and us!) get to know them a little better.

Name: Thomas Yorgen

1. How long have you been at MB?

6 1/2 years

2. What did you collect as a kid?

Matchbox cars, of course. But I also collected matchbooks. I had matchbooks and matchboxes from across U.S. and the world. I collected them from hotels, restaurants and dinners on vacation with my family, and I would ask neighbors, if they were traveling somewhere, if they would pick up some for me. I remember some of my favorites were from South Africa — a neighbor picked them up for me.

3. What was the worst trouble you were in with your parents when you were growing up?

I don’t remember the worst trouble. I don’t remember NOT being in trouble. :)

4. What do you like to do on a rainy Saturday?

Rainy Saturdays? Well, that’s not too hard because of all the rain we have had lately. Believe or not, I like to go grocery shopping and cook.

5. Are you an early bird or a night owl?

I am an early bird. I would much rather be up early in the morning.

6. Would you rather be President of the United States or the world’s richest person? Why?

I would rather be the world’s richest person. I believe you would have a better chance of making a difference in the world, educating youth, feeding the hungry, providing health care for those in need (to list a few things) than as a President for 4 or 8 years. Besides, politics is all run by big money anyway. (Just my personal opinion.)

 

Next week we’ll introduce a member of our creative team. Until next time…


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