Self-Taught Inspiration From Joe Resch

Category: Integrity Contests

Date: April 27, 2021

Joe Resch of Senior Marketing Specialists chose to shred his way through his Integrity’s Got Talent video, a guitar solo that builds in energy the whole way through. With a bunch of attempts to get it “right enough to submit,” Joe’s happy that his fiancé made it through all of those retakes. He wants us all to know that what counts is effort — “If a mostly untalented doofus can shred, you can, too!”

Joe was a full-time account manager for Senior Marketing Specialists before becoming a career firefighter for the city of Columbia, Missouri, but he never lost sight of how much he loved the company. He now works for SMS part-time on his firefighting days off. That’s dedication!

Joe’s chosen charity is No Kid Hungry, a Missouri organization with an ongoing mission to help end childhood hunger. Their promise is simple and inspiring, “Every kid. Healthy food. Every day.” Integrity is proud to make a donation to No Kid Hungry in Joe’s name.

Click here to check out Joe’s video and vote now!

Joe knows the importance of tenacity and a commitment to growth to make all of our talents shine. Don’t forget to keep voting through May 2nd at 5 PM CT.

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