Amanda Bevan

Sales and Marketing Administrator
How long have you been with Origlio? Four years. 
What positions have you held within the company? I started in customer service as an account specialist. I was then hired as the corporate development administrator, and I now work in sales and marketing as the administrator for both departments. 
What does your current job entail? My job is to manage the sales data of our suppliers and to assist the pricing department. I help set up new products, customer promotions, price increases and assist in weekly product launches. I also ensure that our suppliers receive accurate sales data for each product we sell. 
What do you like most about your position? I like that there is always something to keep me busy, and that there is always something new to learn. 
What is the most challenging part of your job? Because there are a ton of moving parts, it’s important to stay organized and manage my time well. 
What does it take to be a top-notch sales and marketing administrator? It takes an organized, open-minded individual who loves to learn, is passionate about the beer industry and is open to career growth. 
What do you like to do when you’re not working? I spend most of my free time with friends, family and my puppy, Bowie. I’m in school full-time to obtain my bachelor’s degree in business with a focus in marketing, which I will complete within the next year! I was recently certified as a spin instructor, so I spend a few nights during the week instructing spin classes. And I’m an avid reader, so you can always find me with a book in my hand when I’m not doing any of the above activities!  
If you had your own talk show, who would your first three guests be, past or present? Eleanor Roosevelt, Ernest Hemingway and Princess Diana. 
What are three things on your bucket list? Skydiving (which I will be crossing off my list in Key West this November), visiting the New Seven Wonders of the World and swimming in each of the major seas/oceans. 
Does your family have any special holiday traditions? We have a lot of holiday traditions! My favorite is spending Thanksgiving in Key West, which has been an ongoing tradition for six years now. Over the years, we’ve recruited some of our close friends and their families to join us on the 5 to 6-day trip. It becomes more fun with each year that passes! 
If you could be anywhere, drinking any beer… I would be back on the beach in Sint Maarten drinking a Corona Light with a lime. 
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