Fresh Face with a Great Attitude – Spotlight on Jeremy

Jeremy is a fairly new addition to our team but is quickly proving himself as a valuable member. Within only a few months of his time here at Blast It Clean, he has become a team lead. He stepped up to the plate leading jobs while providing quality service and consistent communication to our clients.

“Jeremy’s positive personality is a good reminder for me of why I do what I do every day.”
— Rick, President

What’s your favorite part of the job so far?


All the hours!!! It is giving me a chance to make money and fast-track my future. I’m working to build a foundation.

What have you gained from working at BIC?

Massive amounts of knowledge! I’m learning so much and everyone is so patient with teaching me everything from technical aspects of sandblasting to fixing machinery. Not only that, I’ve learned that there are still people in this world that choose to believe in people.

What sets BIC apart from anywhere else you have worked before?

There is no “can’t”. Problems are going to come up. That is just a fact so it’s all about finding solutions. It seems like there are jobs that people might not want to do. We won’t only do them but we will do them better than anyone else. I think the customers notice that too and really see the drive guys have.

What do you want people to know about you?

I want people to know that I love without reservation to the best of my ability 

What is the greatest challenge you have had to overcome in your life thus far?

Myself. I have to continually work to realize the potential I have. Failure or traumatic experiences can create a false sense of depleted value causing poor choices so it’s a constant battle.

What is something you are passionate about (outside of work????)?

Music and Jesus love for us! Faith is very important to me. My dad is an amazing musician and has been an entertainer for all my life so music has played a big role. I’m a worship leader at the church I attend. If I could do that full-time, I would love it.

What is your greatest fear?     

Failure. . . and spiders! Especially the little scary-looking ones that are super-fast.


Jeremy Byrd

Where would you go on your dream vacation?

Greece. Love the food. Would love to experience more.

What is your least favorite food?

Mexican. I may be the only person in the world but there is just not enough variety.

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