Staff Spotlight on Randy in Production

Q: Tell us a little about who you are…

A:  I am a Denver boy who’s tried his hand on the east coast, west coast, Japan and Texas and have found no greater place to be than Denver.  I have a band called Total Ghost that I spend a lot of time outside of work in and I love to snowboard in the winter and ride bikes and longboard when in the summer.  Also I hope to one day own and run a beer brewery.

Q: What do you do at Steve Spangler Science?

A:  I work in Production which is an awesome team that assembles and organizes the products we have to offer.

Q: What do you like best about what you do?
A:  I love the fact that I basically get to play with toys for most of the day.  My team is super close-knit so it is really nice to work with a group of people who can make you laugh while getting the job done.

Q:  What is your favorite Steve Spangler Science moment?
A:  When I was in Orlando for NAEYC, I got to demo Water Gel for the teachers.  The first time that I got to see the look on the teachers’ faces when the water hardened instantly, I was like “Wow! This is why we do what we do!”

Q: What is something you wish every SSS customer knew?
A: Our team takes a lot of pride in making sure that everything you get is counted properly and organized very well.

Q: What is your favorite science experiment?
A: I have grown very fond of Think Ink!  I never get tired of seeing water turn black like that!

Q: What do you like to do when not on the job?
A: I am the front man of a band called Total Ghost.  I love to write music for that and DJ house music.

Q: Anything else you’d like to share?
A:  I am super amped to be a part of this team!

1 reply
  1. Sylvia Hill
    Sylvia Hill says:

    What a cool guy! It’s great reading about how you love your job and the people you work with. You are of the fortunate few my friend. I love science and teach it to my Kindergarteners . Thank you for your dedication. Good luck with your band. Love Steve Spangler!


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