David started his career with Sam’s Club 14 years ago as a part time Sam’s Club Café associate. He held various roles, including assistant manager, market technology manager, club manager, and he’s been able to take those experiences to heart.
"Over the last 14 years I have met some great associates and made some lifelong friends," he said. "Every position I have held with the company has been a new experience and has helped me grow both professionally and in my personal life."
He remembers his role as a club manager as being one of the experiences that truly made him comfortable thinking on his feet and thriving under times of stress.
"As a club manager you have a responsibility to take care of the associates, members and help support in the local community during good times and in times of need. Our associates have always stepped up and go above and beyond during these times."
So, with September being Emergency Preparedness month, let’s learn a little more about why David is able to do what he does and more about the people he supports in times of uncertainty. Now, the EOC looks a little different during pandemic days, when corporate offices are closed, but David continues to do what he does best.