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At RF System Lab, we have a small team, but a lot of passion and drive. That statement is especially true for our hardworking Marketing Team. You already got to know Meaghan, Marketing and Tradeshow Coordinator, when she came on board earlier this year, but we wanted to give you a chance to get to know the rest of our Marketing team a little better.

Therefore, we asked the other four members of the Marketing Team (Duncan White, Director of Sales and Marketing, Steven Swaney, Senior Marketing Manager, David Donovan, Lead Developer, and Cody Roberts, Marketing Associate) a few questions to help you get to know them.

Question 1 (Q1): What is your favorite part about working at RF System Lab?

Duncan White (DW): Best place to work in Traverse City. We sell an amazing product that truly impacts people and their businesses. RF System Lab employs some of the most talented people in Northern Michigan.

Steven Swaney (SS): Working with fantastically talented colleagues. I am absolutely smitten by the RF System Lab culture.

David Donovan (DD):  The nature of the programming I do here is varied and interesting, there is always something fun to work on.

Cody Roberts (CR):  The best part about working at RF has to be the people I work with. My time here has been such a valuable learning experience. When you have managers and colleagues that genuinely want you to learn and improve your marketing skills, it makes me proud to say that I work for RF System Lab.


Q2: What is your favorite VJ-Advance video borescope feature?

DW: The joystick articulation is intuitive.  There’s no need for someone to teach you how to aim the camera.

SS: Joystick articulation, of course.

DD: The way that the light pulses on and off in sync with the camera sensor on the 2.8mm borescope.

CR: The pistol-grip design has to be the coolest feature of our product. If you have three arms, performing visual inspections with borescopes is a breeze. For those of us that don’t have that luxury, having a fully-functional video borescope that can be operated with one hand is a life-saver. It’s one of those features that you don’t know you need until you’ve tried a borescope that has it.


Q3: What’s your favorite place to eat in Northern Michigan?

DW: Poppycocks in Traverse City (editor’s note: If you order anything from the daily specials, you’re definitely going to get an awesome meal)

SS: Sleder’s Family Tavern, they have been part of the Traverse City community since 1882!

DD: Home.

CR: Traverse City has more restaurants than I could ever visit. I’m happy just about anywhere in town. If I’m looking for great food with an awesome environment, I’ll go to Red Ginger in downtown Traverse City. They have a Salmon Teriyaki that will make you want to have seconds.


Q4: Are you a sports fan? Which team is your favorite?

DW: Spartans and Lions!!

SS: This year is the year, the Detroit Tigers win the World Series.

DD: Nope.

CR: I have to be careful on this one. Calling yourself a Chicago Bears fan in Northern Michigan is a good way to get put on the “Do Not Invite” list. Us Bears fans had high hopes for this year, but if Marc Trestman is supposed to be the “Quarterback Whisperer”, he must be telling Cutler to throw to the other team. There’s always next year…


5. Random fact you’d like to share?

DW: I had perfect attendance in High School.

SS: My favorite band is The Police.

DD: My shoe size continued to increase for several years after I stopped getting taller.

CR: I have been self-diagnosed as a sufferer of Guitar Acquisition Syndrome.


There you have it! You now know a few more details about RF System Lab’s marketing team! If you’d like to speak with anyone on our team or get more information about any of the outstanding VJ-Advance video borescope features listed here, give us a call at (231) 943-1171. We’d love to help you take advantage of your remote visual inspections!

You may recall a few weeks back that we introduced you to one of our newest staff members the BBQ-lovin’, Detroit’s Tigers fan (who is also a new Sales Consultant and borescope expert) J St. John. Well, this edition of “Meet the new staff members” is all about Meaghan Jameson, the RF System Lab Marketing Coordinator.

Meaghan joined RF System Lab in 2014 as the Marketing Coordinator. Meaghan handles all the arrangements for RF’s 30+ industry tradeshows each year, in addition to writing industry articles and blog content and assisting with digital marketing. Prior to joining RF, she worked as an Event Manager for a local event planning company and recently spearheaded a road trip around the country committing Random Acts of Kindness. Meaghan graduated from the University of Florida, where she obtained a degree in Recreation and Event Management. She enjoys blogging, running, traveling, yoga, and being outdoors whenever possible.

Meaghan provided us with answers to some of our “get to know you better” questions:

Q1: What are you looking forward to about working at RF System Lab

A1: At my last position, the marketing that I handled was primarily B2C, where all marketing efforts at RF System Lab are B2B – it is a nice change and allows me to experience a new way to create and promote content. I’m also excited to work at an industrial company with a product that the entire staff really believes in and is passionate about…it makes for an extremely positive and supportive environment.


Q2: What is your favorite place to eat in Northern Michigan?

A2: A better question is what Northern Michigan restaurant don’t I enjoy eating at? They’re all amazing! I’d have to say that one of my favorite places to grab a bite to eat is probably from one of the food trucks at The Little Fleet… I think Pigs Eatin’ Ribs’ Beef Brisket sandwich and Roaming Harvest’s whitefish tacos are probably tied.


Q3: Any hobbies? How do you spend your spare time?

A3: I love being outdoors – biking, rollerblading, hiking, running… I’m actually training for my third half marathon! In addition, I dabble in some musical theater, read on my front porch whenever possible, and enjoying cooking up new creations.


Q4: What is your favorite VJ-Advance (VJ-ADV) video borescope feature?

A4: I try not to play favorites, but I’d have to say my favorite feature is the joystick controlled articulation. It makes controlling the VJ-Advance video borescope remarkably easy and only requires one hand!


Q5: What’s a random fact about you?

A5: How about two facts? I cannot do a cartwheel, and I am on my way to becoming certified to teach hip hop dance-fitness classes.
Meaghan has been spreading the word about the groundbreaking VJ-Advance through social media, press releases and blogging. If you’re interested in learning more about the VJ-Advance video borescope, visit our website or give us a call at 231-943-1171!