North Carolina Operations President
Sara is always on the GO! From running North Carolina Logistics, keeping up with her’s & Randy’s Brady Bunch family of 5 kids, and her love for all things art, her grass roots in North Carolina keep her humble. She can often be seen delivering boxes, but doesn’t mind washing them either. Sara lives by the Walt Disney theory, that no job is too small, for any employee or leader.
Sara cares for people. Her love for boxes isn’t the only thing that drives her: She has dedicated part of her career to protecting those that serve. Her law enforcement dispatching and ability to manage multiple events at one time is part of what makes her great at her role here at Lend A Box, she isn’t just a multi-tasker, she is an omni-tasker.
What is Sara’s secret passion? Being an author. She has self published her first short story, 1920 and the Secrets that Kept Her, and is working on a second novel. Who knew?
Sara received her Bachelors of Science in Business Administration from The Lundy-Fetterman School of Business at Campbell University. She is also an active and founding member of Triangle Women in Business, an organization that is successfully forging roads for women in business in the Raleigh, Durham and Triangle areas of North Carolina.
Randy knows a few things about how to make things work. A life-long enthusiast of classic cars and especially his 1964 Corvair, we know he knows his way around an engine. Lucky for us, his passion for the tiny details translates into a nicely tuned, well-run Lend A Box operation in Raleigh, too!
Most weekends, you’ll find Randy and his wife out trekking the great outdoors with their kids. Dirt bikes, power tools, hiking shoes are all standard equipment for their fun filled adventures.
Randy’s Song: Lucky by Jason Mraz & Colbie Caillat. Yeah, lucky about sums it up.
Randy received his Associate of Arts from Tarrant County College and his Bachelor of Business Administration from University of Texas Arlington.
Regional Box Wrangler
Box Dog Extraordinaire
Sampson is a lucky dog! He is a collie mix pup that Sara found on the side of the road in Sampson County in 2014, thus the name.
Why did the dog cross the road? He was trying to get to the barking lot! Yeah, we just made that joke. Wanna follow Sampson on Tictok, he’s a riot… @sampsontheboxdog … barks and boxes for lads and foxes…