Cool people are hard to come by. That’s why it’s so awesome to work with all the fabulous folks at Quality Logo Product®. Now there’s Grant Adams who fits right in as our newest Sales Assistant.

Meet Grant – a video-gaming, Magic: The Gathering loving guy who relates to Bugs Bunny and wouldn’t be caught dead in an art museum. He’s got strong communication skills and a love for all things promo.

Get to know Grant:

Name: Grant Adams

Position at Quality Logo Products®: Sales Assistant

Professional Background/Education:

Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from The University of Arizona

If you could be any Looney Tunes character, who would you be and why?

Bugs Bunny because I relate to his cheeky sarcasm on an emotional level.

What’s the best movie you’ve seen in theaters in the last year?

Dragon Ball Super: Broly

Name 3 things you like to do outside of work.

I like to play Magic: The Gathering, watch TV/movies, and play video games.

What is a TV show you really want to binge on Netflix when you have the time?

I’m thinking of giving “Mad Men” another run-through. Love that show.

Would you rather go to an art museum or sky dive into the ocean?

I’d rather sky dive without a parachute than go to an art museum.

Have you ever travelled outside of the country? If so, where did you go?

I lived in Japan for five months, and I semi-regularly travel to Europe to visit family.

What would be on the menu for your ideal breakfast?

Wurst Kitchen’s breakfast sausages, scrambled eggs, and sharp cheddar grits

Who’s the best wizard of all time, in your opinion?

Gandalf. Best description I ever heard for Harry Potter was “A worse version of Naruto.”

There you have it. Grant might not be a fan of Harry Potter, but we still like to think he’s capable of some truly extraordinary magic when it comes to your promotional products.

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About the author

Alyssa Mertes

Alyssa is a promo expert with over three years of experience in the industry. Her passion for writing has led to a BA in English & Communications from Aurora University and work published for the Advertising Specialty Institute and The Bolingbrook Sun Times.