Becky bought the business in November 2017. Her background includes many employment adventures but the common threads in all her work have been great customer service and her love of working with and meeting people. She has frequented consignment shops all her life and has a passion for good quality furniture and design. Read Becky’s small business story on our blog.
Jon comes to C2C working over 25 years in the residential and commercial mortgage sector. He learned early on in his career that customer service is the main element in making a business successful. Jon is a self-proclaimed people person and enjoys working with the C2C staff. He looks forward to helping customers find furniture and decor options for their home.
When Jon is not at work he loves playing and watching all sports. Jon and his wife, Marcy, spend time traveling to visit their two college age children in different states. He is always up for some good BBQ and pickle ball game.
Customers seek out the expertise of our Sales Associate Zip Iams. Many have known him over the years from his own antique consignment store in Olathe, KS. Zip can help customers find home furnishings to enhance their existing furniture and help create a priority list of their wants and needs. His goal is “making your home you”.
Zip has opened 4 consignment stores throughout his life and his working experience has given him an expertise in the facsimiles of clothing fashion, home accessories and furniture. Style, color, texture, quality and lifestyles contribute to his passion of interior design.
Zip is an Illinois native where he retired as President of the State Street Department store after 30 years in Quincy, IL. He and his wife reunited with all 3 of their daughters in Olathe, KS in 1996.
Mike is a perfect example of one never knows where a path may lead in life. Mike worked in the financial world for many years and had all but retired when Becky approached him with what she thought was a great idea…. maybe he would like to work part-time in the store and do some bookkeeping? It took Mike a few days to “noodle” it in his head and he asked if he could shadow in the shop for a day just to check out how the business operated. He thought it would be “fun” and has been with us ever since.
Mike has developed a sense of design style, an interest in how furniture is made and sincerely enjoys our customers and staff. He has taken on the responsibility of hanging most of the artwork and has developed and eye for the kind of art we should accept.
Becky met Sharon years ago when they were selling Southern Living at Home. Sharon came into the store as a customer and Becky asked if she wanted to work part time, knowing her level of customer service and love of people. Sharon has been working ever since and just loves the store and loves how we help people move on in their lives by getting rid of excess furniture and décor.