Rob Dolecki recently spent some time going through the Sunday and Full Factory office in Austin, Texas to look at some of the historic items they have laying around. Hit the DIG website to take a peek. It’s real interesting!
You know, there’s a point in time when you can’t be hanging out on your moms couch all day and you have to get a job. Since you have to get a job, you might as well get a sweet job, right? Well, Full Factory Distribution is now hiring. Here’s all the details….
“Full Factory is looking for additional qualified sales reps to join our growing team. We are looking for an in house Los Angeles based rep, as well as outside sales reps across the country who are interested in adding Sunday & Fairdale to their current line of brands offered. All serious applicants send resume and contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org.”
Photo: Rick Crossman
Jim C is a real good example of people in the industry who have worked their way up. Originally starting his career out with Kink as a sponsored rider in 1998 and then joining a few other sponsors over the next years like Odyssey as a professional. As time progressed, he became more and more familiar with how the industry ran, and then in 2005 an opportunity of a lifetime came about; brand manager for a new brand titled “Sunday“. Since then, Sunday has become a worldwide brand, its office has moved from New York to Austin, Texas and more responsibilities have come with the opportunity. I figured it would be a good time to find out a little bit about how Jim landed what many of us would call a dream job and to find out a little bit more about what exactly he does as a “Brand Manager”. Let’s take a look at what he had to say…
Name: Jim Cielencki
The other day when I posted up the flyer about the Full Factory Mike Tag Benefit jam in Chicago, I failed to notice the second flyer for the second one on the same day going on in Austin at 9th Street. Two jams to raise twice the money and give away twice the prizes! Be there! It’s for a good cause.
The first round of Taj Mihelich’s Fairdale bikes have hit Full Factory. These single speed commuter bikes are ready right out of the box as an alternate to trying to ride across town on your BMX. You can get a closer look at the bikes by hitting these links – Parser Black and Parser Express. If you’re a shop looking to get one, hit the Full Factory Store.