Get to know Paula Bell Sellers:
Nickname and/or battle cry: Get ‘er done!
Year started at CPC Solutions: 2010
First job ever: Cafeteria Server at a retirement center when I was 15.
Current position: Sales & Marketing Goddess for Colorado and California
What she likes most about what she does:
It’s most satisfying to be surrounded by creativity. Being in marketing and print embeds me in creativity brought to life. It’s an aspect of marketing that I find beautiful… probably from my years of sewing and crafting.
A funny story related to your position or a past position:
At my first job, there was an old fella named Ivan, who always liked dark bread in his basket of bread. It all came from the same loaves, so I was told to just give him the end pieces since those were darker. I remember bringing that basket out to him and he threw it at me because it wasn’t dark enough and then laughed. Thus ensued a cat and mouse game that lasted the duration of that job. I think bread delivery was hit favorite time of day!
How she would prepare for an imminent natural disaster:
You mean how am I prepared? I’ve got a go box with all the necessities to clean water, start fires and protect myself. Maybe that book by Cody Lundin “When All Hell Breaks Loose” wasn’t such a good idea.
Favorite hobbies: Volleyball, sewing, cooking, rafting and crafting… haha. It rhymes.
Favorite all-time TV show:
All time? Wow… that’s hard. I would say that Charlie’s Angels had some kind of effect on me when I was young. What girl wouldn’t want to carry a gun, chase bad guys around, and always win. They would fly a helicopter, chase down the bad guy by horse or racecar and then end the day sitting on the beach with a cocktail. Sounds amazing! Although I’m really digging Master Chef for the past few years.
A G-rated secret about you that nobody else would know:
When my husband and I played hockey on the same team years ago, I saw him get slashed on the wrist by the opposing team. I pitched such a fit to the refs, I was thrown in the box… from the BENCH! HAHAHA.