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Getting to Know Marathon Deployment – Interview with Scott Davis

As part of our on going efforts to put a face and identity to our team we have continued the Getting to Know Marathon Deployment blog posts. Let us introduce you to Scott Davis our new Client Services Manager. Please stay tuned for our next interview with Tony Lomazzo, VP of Business Development on our next blog post.


1.  What is your role at Marathon Deployment?

My role at Marathon Deployment is Client Service Supervisor. What that means is that I oversee each client service event and/or installation that comes to Marathon Deployment and make sure the work is done to the client’s satisfaction. Prior to this, I was the Technical/Project Coordinator with Marathon Deployment.

2.  What is your favorite thing about your career?

My favorite thing about my career is that I achieved this not by going to college, but by hard work and determination. Every day I give 110% to the job that I am doing. I am excited to see my progression from a computer cleaner to where I am today. 

3. What are your goals for the company?

My goals for the company are very simple; to see the company succeed and grow. There are a lot of exciting things that we are working on for the future and I am looking forward to seeing them through and making Marathon Deployment a household name.

4.  Favorite Author?

Hands down Stephen King. I haven’t read all his books, but am working towards that goal.

5.  If money was no object, what would you do all day?

I would either be on a boat on the lake fishing or playing golf.

6. Where would you want to travel to, but have never been? Why? 

I have always wanted to travel to Alaska. From the photo’s I have seen it is GOD’s country up there; what better place to be than that?

7. What is your favorite season & why?

I always like autumn. It has to do with the colors of the trees. Even though the colors of the trees signify that not only are the leaves dying, but the snow is coming. The beauty with the backdrop of the mountains with the oranges, reds and yellows just relaxes me. 

8. Who is your hero?

My grandfather Harold Whitney Sr. He was a WWII vet in the Navy (Frogman), but he was always there for me growing up. I would not be who I am today if it wasn’t for him

9. What did you want to be when you were small?

I wanted to be tall. True story. Every male in my family other than my father was over 6′ tall and I was one of the shortest kids in my class every  year. I just wished one day I would shoot past everyone. Unfortunately, that did not happen as I stand a whopping 5’9″ tall.

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