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.

Gary_Marshall.jpgName: Gary Marshall
Location: Plano, TX
Joined: 2011

Why you love American: The fact that I have the freedom to succeed on my own is very important. I get to call the shots in my business, but still benefit from the great corporate support and family culture.

What employee ownership means to you: I own part of the company, and that makes all the difference.

Anna_Praska.jpgName: Anna Praska
Location: Glenwood, MN
Joined: 2016

Why you love American: We treat each other like we would family!

What employee ownership means to you: It’s so encouraging to work with employees who take ownership for the success of the business because they have a stake in it.

Bob_Tullio.jpgName: Bob Tullio
Location: Upland, CA
Joined: 2011

Why you love American: There’s a great culture, leadership team and technology team behind us. It gives me the opportunity to build my business!

What employee ownership means to you: I take pride in being a part of the American family! The ability to help the company grow and improve to meet the market needs is so fulfilling.

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

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