What if I told you that not only did my boss (Brian Liberadzki) treat his entire team of eight, at that moment, to lunch at Dave & Buster’s, but paid for all of us to play games too. Out of his own pocket! How could this be true you may ask yourself? Well let me first explain why we were treated to a fantastic day of fun at the expense of a great mentor.
It began in March of 2019. Tax time was already upon us and calls were flying in left and right. Overwhelming some inexperienced may say, mainly me. Anyway, every collector was looking forward to this time to help out consumers and clients the same. Team Liberadzki was on a roll, I mean straight up just chugging along. About midway through the month Brian looks at our total Net collections as a team and sees we are close to breaking his teams’ previous record of monthly Net collections.
We crushed our previous goals, so the captain of the team decided to treat us all for are hard work we have put in to not only help clients receive past due payments, but to help consumers get caught up in their obligations. That leads us to the trip.
So as decided, we headed off to Dave & Buster’s. What a blast! I haven’t been since I was a kid and it was just as fun as it was back then. We all arrived and got our play cards and chips (paid for by Brian) and headed over to the dining area. We all chatted about the games and what we will be eating then ordered our food and decided to wait no longer. Fun must be had. Off we went into open space of the game floor and started playing pretty much everything. There were too many games to even try and describe them all, so just go yourself. After a good 20 minutes we were all starving and forgot we ordered food, the whole group rushed back to enjoy a plethora of juicy, succulent meats and treats.
After indulging on all that food we had to play more. We all then went our separate ways but found it. “The” game. Connect Four basketball. Don’t even try and say anything else is remotely close to how much fun you can have. Everybody started taking turns and rotated in and out. Winning team plays and losers rotate. Wow, what a game. After everyone separated for a moment we all met up at a game that was another challenge. Speed of Light. It’s an agility game, you have to tap the lights fast and get points, blah blah. The real fun was everyone trying to beat the record or at least come close to our own personal bests. Not to brag but, I beat the record.
After everyone playing and having fun it was time to enjoy the weekend. We all said our goodbyes and headed out. The following Monday we were still talking about the enjoyment we had. So as you can see, collectors like to party hard after earning it. The time shared together only strengthened us more and I would gladly say that we are close to unstoppable.
I would like to take this time to thank my manager Brian Liberadzki for taking us all out and giving us some well needed stress relief. I also would like to thank American Profit Recovery for allowing us to leave and go relax away from the day to day grind. I truly believe the reason we received such an gift is because we all adhered to the collectors pledge.
I believe ever person has worth as an individual.
I believe every person should be treated with dignity and respect.
I will make it my responsibility to help consumers find ways to pay their just debts.
I will be professional and ethical.
I will commit to honoring this pledge.
Thanks again for everyone able to attend and prove why American Profit Recovery is the best!