I’m An Owner – Success Stories

Employee ownership is something that sets American Solutions for Business apart in our industry. In 2001, our founder & CEO, Larry Zavadil, sold this company to its employees in order to maintain its integrity, traditions and success. To this day, Larry remains at the heart of American as the CEO. For our hundreds of employees and sales associates who benefit, this ownership means many things.

Glenn Leonard
Name: Glenn Leonard
Location: Corona, CA
Joined: 2002

Why you love American: I have the freedom to manage my life on a daily basis.

What employee ownership means to you: It means that I can choose the type of business I want to pursue, and I get to sell the way I want to sell. Plus, ESOP allows for improved profits and earnings!

Miriah CassidyName: Miriah Cassidy
Location: Glenwood, MN
Joined: 2008

Why you love American: I love that everyone can make a difference! Ideas are valued and creativity is encouraged. I feel important and that I’m valued.

What employee ownership means to you: It means that we are rewarded for actions that drive the company in a positive way. Plus, the decisions we make today create a better tomorrow for our families.

Ron AderholdName: Ron Aderhold
Location: Mint Hill
Joined: 2017

Why you love American: I love American because of the people I get to work with every day. The diversity, exchange of ideas and awesome support I get from every department at corporate is so refreshing.

What employee ownership means to you: employee ownership is a strong internal motivation to deliver superior customer service for our clients and friends. The fact that we are all business owners gives us the power to help others discover and deliver our customers’ needs!  

To learn more about American, visit our website or find an American associate near you! 

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