Lexus: Teamwork is really a big thing at All-American. We all pitch in all the time for all different needs to help each other out. If someone's equipment is not working or malfunctions, we've got someone that's willing to meet them and help them out or if there's an office member that's sick or has a child that needs to leave daycare early you always know that you have someone that's got you covered and is going to step up and help you out.
Anna: You don't have to worry about being left alone or being let down.
Bert: From the very get go when I started it was all team players. There was no one that was just going, "Hey, this is that, this is that." They were all welcoming. When I was out there in the field by myself I had a list of phone numbers. I knew these guys were experts at whatever I needed help with so I would call them up, "Hey, I got this situation. What do you think?" They would give me their best, honest advice. That's the way this company is. We're very team oriented.
John: We talk to each other every morning. We come in and teamwork's important not only in our work lives but in our personal lives. We can pick each other up when we're down. We can help each other professionally. We can help each other personally. Teamwork, I mean it goes right along with family. Family and teamwork are one in the same.