New Hire News: Meet David Pinkus, Offset Project Manager & Sales

We’ve got good news and bad news.

The bad news: summer is over; the good news: our busy season is in full swing.

Companies are getting down to business now that summer vacations have been enjoyed and the kids are back to school – and that means things are really speeding up here at Delzer, too.

To live up to our mantra of getting your job is done right, we’ve added a new member to our team of print-obsessed professionals. Learn more about him as he shares insights on his career path in our industry and answers some of our favorite questions, too.

Meet David Pinkus, Offset Project Manager & Sales

Name & Title

David Pinkus, Offset Project Manager & Sales

Hometown

Milwaukee, WI

Educational Background

After graduating from Whitefish Bay High School, I received a Bachelor of Science in Economics at the University of Minnesota.

First Job

Tennis Pro.

[Wait, no further explanation? Hmmm..we’re dying to know more.]

What drew you to Delzer?

Delzer has an impeccable reputation for quality and service. Working with and for people who really care means a lot.

About Your Role at Delzer

My role is a bit unique. My primary role is to manage projects as they come in, making sure that the team does their part to make every aspect perfect. The other part of my role is to bring in new opportunities for Delzer.

Career Advice to Someone Interested in Your Field?

Stick with it. It will challenge you but it can be very rewarding. Be someone who thinks outside of the box and you will become a valuable resource for your company and your clients.

What do you like doing most in your free time?

Playing golf and tennis. Being outside. Most of all, spending time with friends and family.  Traveling is a big passion of mine.

If you had to eat one meal, every day for the rest of your life, what would it be?

Sushi.

Favorite comedian?

  1. Jerry Seinfeld. I have always loved his ability to make the mundane funny.

What’s your personal mantra?

There is no shame in falling down, as long as you get back up.

And if you won the lottery?

I would make sure my loved ones were taken care of.

[Probably one of the best answers we’ve heard yet!]

What are you most proud of?

I am most proud of the friendships that I have, some of which have lasted my entire life. I have such a great group of friends.

What’s your spirit animal?

Dog. Loyal, gentle and fierce in defense of those they love.

If you were to write a book about yourself, what would you name it?

One Great Ride