Congratulations to Accounts Receivable Manager, Colleen Rittenhouse, on celebrating an amazing 10 years at Clickbooth on July, 18! It seems like just yesterday you were beginning your journey with Clickbooth, so it’s hard to believe that 10 years have already flown by! We can’t express how much we value you at Clickbooth and we are looking forward to all your future successes!
During her tenure here, Colleen has accomplished some pretty great things inside and outside of the office. Some of the items include:
- She bought three homes, two of which she sold
- She got married
- She had 2 beautiful baby girls
- She has created lasting friendships with amazing people that she’s lucky enough to work with every day
- She has been promoted twice
Besides accomplishing some great things, she also has some tips for others:
- Do not get complacent; always push to do things more efficiently and strive for perfection
- Surround yourself with people that push you to better yourself and your life will be better
- More to that point, surround yourself with people that support your ambitions
- So much time is spent at work, so do what you love, love what you do, and make it fun!
- Trust others to assist you with projects (hard for control freaks like myself)
Things that happened the year Colleen was hired:
- The 2 most popular songs in July of 2007 were “Hey There Delilah” and “Umbrella”
- The Kindle was released
- Apple sold 1.39 million iPhones the first year it was released (2007), which seems small compared to the 215 million on average they sell now
- Prince performed at the Superbowl halftime show
- Barack Obama announced his candidacy for the presidency
- The Boston Red Sox won the World Series
- The highest-grossing film of 2007 was Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End
- The most popular show was American Idol
- Britney Spears shaved her head, which resulted in her downward spiral of 2007
- Clickbooth turned 5!
Colleen’s horoscope on the day she was hired:
Being asked a favor is nothing new to you. You’re always available when a friend or family member calls, whether they’re looking for a loan, a ride to work or a shoulder to cry on. You pride yourself on being a good and loyal friend — and there’s no reason to expect that to change. You may need to think for a second before you respond to this latest plea for help, though. It’s a big one and you may not want the responsibility.