Meet The Team Monday: Shaun Lewis
Schomp Honda Service Advisor Shaun Lewis’ nine-plus years of service with us began with a recommendation from his neighbor who, at the time, was one of our sales managers. Shaun was told that if he wanted a good job and good people to work for, then Ralph Schomp was the place to go. Through the years, Shaun has held positions as a Honda service porter, Honda express advisor, and Honda service advisor.
“A big factor of why I’ve stayed here is because of all the great people I work with,” Shaun said. “My work family is what I love most. There’s never a dull moment, and they never give me a reason not to smile.”
Born in Florida, Shaun moved at the age of five to Butte, Montana – his parents’ hometown. During his senior year, they relocated again to Nevada and, eventually, to Denver. He played junior hockey in Las Vegas, continuing his devotion to the sport here at Metro State, where he subsequently graduated with a Business Management (focus in sports industry operations) degree. Shaun has been playing hockey since he was ten years old, having played competitively with teams through Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado and Canada.
“The sport…has taught me many things, for example, knowing you’re trying your hardest when you can fall down and get right back up again,” he said. “Hockey helped ingrain my belief in being a total team player – that you’re playing not just for yourself, but for everyone that represents the name on the front of your jersey. Sports help you learn to give your all to your team, and fight for what you believe is best.”
Always a car guy, Shaun knew he wanted to be around reputable hardware. His favorite Honda is an Accord V6 with a six-speed manual transmission, but with a caveat – the new Civic Type-R is coming soon, which just might steal the throne. His dream garage would include the Porsche Panamera and Cayenne GTS, the original Datsun 240Z, a ‘67 Lincoln Continental, ‘78 Chevelle, and more.
Thank you to Shaun and ALL of our hard-working service advisors, porters and technicians for all you do, oftentimes behind the scenes, to support our organization!
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