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Spiffy Technician Highlight: Paul Seat

posted 19 April, 2019 by Jackson Balling
Spiffy Blog, Technician
Without our team of exceptional technicians, Spiffy wouldn't be the on-demand car care solution that many of our customers across the customers have grown to trust. One of our top technicians in Dallas, Paul Seat, has been a model of consistency since joining our team last spring.
We're excited to shine the spotlight on him for this month's Spiffy Technician Highlight!
Paul showing off his smile while applying tire shine

Tell us a little bit about yourself!

I’m 27 years old. I’m originally from California, but I have been living in Dallas, Texas for the last year and a half.

How long have you worked with Spiffy?

I have been working for Spiffy for almost exactly one year.

What's your favorite thing about your job?

My favorite thing about this job is the fact that my success is dependent on myself and the amount of hard work that I put in. Being able to detail really cool cars is an added bonus.

What's the coolest car you've ever detailed?

One of the coolest cars I have detailed was a Lamborghini Aventador.

Where’s your favorite place in the world?

My favorite place in the world is probably Lake Tahoe. I was born just outside of Lake Tahoe and it was a yearly vacation spot for my family.

What’s your favorite movie or TV show?

Right now, my favorite movie is Avengers Infinity War.

What’s your favorite food?

My favorite food would have to be pizza!

Big thank you to Paul for being such an amazing technician and a key part of our growing team in Dallas!
Do you or someone you know have what it takes to be a part of our Technician team? Check out our careers page to learn more about joining the Spiffy family today!
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Written by Jackson Balling

As Spiffy's Content Marketing Specialist, Jackson produces our written content as well as the Vehicle 2.0 Podcast with Scot Wingo. As the lone Buffalo, NY native in the office, his woes as a sports fan are well-documented.