Behind The Scenes with Erin Nosker

May 18, 2014

Two and a half years ago, Erin Nosker joined the JHE team for its culture, hard work and work ethic. Serving as sales manager, she currently manages sponsorship sales for Coca-Cola Speed Street and Pinehurst Concours d’Elegance while aiding in new business development for JHE. The Virginia-native graduated from George Washington University.

Q&A with Erin:

What is the best lesson from college that still applies to your job? That I can really work consecutive 12-hour days on two hours of sleep.

What accomplishment at JHE have you been the most proud of? I was hired only two months before Coca-Cola Speed Street and was able to successfully create sponsor partnerships that contributed to a successful event.

What made you want to become a part of the JHE family? The culture, hard work and work ethic. When you sit back and look at what the JHE team is able to do it is really cool. Working here, you often take it for granted.

What is the biggest myth about your job? That we start drinking martinis at noon.

What is the insider secret to your job? Building and maintaining relationships

Thirteen Things You Might Not Know About Erin:

My runner-up career was… a helicopter pilot. I think it would be fun to work at a tourist destination and take people for rides.

My first job was… as a hostess at a restaurant.

I start my day by… hitting the snooze button.

My biggest pet peeve is… being late. My time is just as valuable as yours.

My family is… crazy.

My favorite sport is… hockey.

I don’t leave home without… my Sprint iPhone. 

My most recent splurge was… a trip to Europe.

My favorite vacation yet was to… Portugal. I got to put my feet in the sand on other side of the Atlantic Ocean.

My favorite movie is… “A Bronx Tail.”

My favorite quote is… “I love you a lot kid!” –My dad.

My favorite author is… I don’t have a favorite author; however, I prefer to read nonfiction books. I am currently reading “Wolf of Wall Street” and just finished “Tough Guy” which is a great book for any old school hockey fan who remembers Bob Probert.

Anything else people should know about you? I am deathly afraid of alligators.

To keep up with Erin, follow her on Twitter @cwj2

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