Introducing… Daniel Floyd

Posted by on October 8, 2013

Greetings, TinLizzie18 friends!

My name is Daniel Floyd. I started working with the family business, TinLizzie18, when I was nearing the end of high school. My father told me that he had developed a new quilting machine, and it was going to be a big success. Of course I jumped on board. I moved to Jamul, California to help build TinLizzie18 quilting machines. At that time, the factory was in my grandfathers old industrial greenhouse building. Some time later, after a short hiatus and a move to Hawaii, I was persuaded to work at the TinLizzie18 retail store in West Jordan, UT. The store carried about 4500 bolts of fabric, in addition to Pfaff, Viking and TinLizzie18 machines. I was excited about the change in scenery and the new challenges. Within a year they promoted me to Store Manager, and another year later, I moved to California to open up the new TinLizzie18 Retail Center. I learned a lot over the years with regard to sales, service and support while working in Utah, and can’t wait to bring that knowledge to the California store.

In my free time I love anything that involves technology. I enjoy playing video games, and watching movies and TV. Even though I love all the new technologies, I do love the outdoors as well. You can often find me at a park riding my bike or in the mountains camping.

I haven’t dated much in my life, but managed to find my true love in South Korea. Her name is BoReum and I’m blessed to have her in my life. We dated for two years, visiting back and forth between our countries. Finally, during her latest trip to America, we decided to get married. We are both very excited to move to California and enjoy your sun.

I can’t wait to meet you October 14, 15 & 19 during the TL18 RLC Open House in California!

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