At OSC, we wouldn’t be where we are without the diligence and commitment that our account managers exemplify. They are the face of the company to some of our largest customers; bridging the gap between production and some of our biggest clients. And let’s be real…they do a lot of the heavy lifting when it comes to business. Hear it all from Tiff herself…
Name: Tiffany Hanenburg
Position at OSC: Account Manager
Tell us a little bit more about what this entails?? Well, I sit on a yoga ball all day, everyday, Just kidding. There’s more to it than that.
I handle some of the large accounts that OSC has. I ensure that all their signage needs are met, go out on surveys to take measurements and find the best sign solutions for the space. I act as a liaison between the customer and our production team. You will sometimes see me out and about delivering signs or helping man the booth at Business After Hours. I am continuously building new business relationships and always wanting to meet new people in town.
Where did you get your degree from? An AAS degree in Graphic Design from Minneapolis Business College.
How long have you been with OSC? A little over 2 years.
Favorite thing about your job at OSC? The people. Everyone is so kind and they make it fun to come to work everyday.
Favorite OSC tradition, event or work perk? My favorite tradition would be the OSC Olympics. It’s a new tradition but so much fun! As for work perks, I absolutely love getting Sandy’s Donuts every other Friday.
Favorite thing about Fargo / Moorhead? The sense of community. There is always so many different things going on that you can get involved in.
When I’m not at OSC you can find me…. At the gym lifting heavy weights.
Favorite place to travel to? I don’t do much traveling beyond my hometown of Milaca, MN but if I did, I’d love to go somewhere warm like Hawaii.
Favorite restaurant in town? Red Lobster. I love seafood!
Favorite sports team? I’m honestly not a huge sports fan… I love to play sports, but I get bored watching them. So, I’d say my volleyball team through the Fargo Park District. — The Bombers.
What advice would you give to younger people trying to get into your profession?Work on staying organized and building relationships. It’s all about who you know.