Premier Prize Profile: Zac Egleston
It’s November! And that means the group at AMT held another Premier Prize Duck Race, and the winner of October’s race is Zac Egleston.
Read on to learn a little more about Zac!
Most enjoyable moments on the job . . .
My most enjoyable moments on the job are when we have some sort of issue come up because we all get to work together to figure it out.
Favorite subject in high school or college . . .
Sociology because I found it interesting to learn about different groups of people.
Favorite AMT activity . . .
The golf outing because we have a lot of fun together.
One of my favorite things to do on my time off . . .
Hang out with family because the more time I get to spend with my 4-month-old son, the better.
If I could live anywhere in the world . . .
Olney, because that’s where my family is, and I did NOT enjoy living in Saint Louis.
My favorite food . . .
Sandwiches…I’m not sure if that’s a proper answer for this, but I love sandwiches. If you ever see me at a steak house and I have a sandwich in front of me instead of a steak, mind your business. I love finding hole-in-the-wall restaurants and trying their signature sandwich.
My favorite way to unwind . . .
Having beers with family and friends because there’s nothing better than sitting with a group of people you enjoy being around while drinking a cold beverage.
The restaurant I like to go to most often . . .
I go to the Mexican restaurants in town pretty often. I’d say those are the ones a frequent the most.
If I could fly anywhere in the world today . . .
Venice. I think it would be awesome to see how different life is in Venice, and I’d love to just walk around and take in the views of the city.
Someone who inspires me . . .
I have looked up to a lot of people over the years, but my grandpa inspires me a lot. I’m sure I don’t express it enough, but he is such a kind-hearted person and always does right by people. If I had to choose one person to be similar to, he is definitely towards the top of that list.
My best friends call me . . .
When I grow up I want to be . . .
When I grow up I want to be able to say that I did everything I could to put my family into a better position in life, while treating everyone around me well. (Even if that is disguised by jokes and lots of trash talking…it’s all in good fun!)