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Get to know your CSS Team!


This month we have two winners of the CSS distinguished “Purple Cow” Award…

Lesley Pearson (left) & Chuck George (right).

Each month at CSS, we have a “Purple Cow Award” that is given out to an internal employee. This award, and what is represents, is based on the book “Purple Cow” by Seth Godin.

A “Purple Cow” is someone who stands out
in a crowd for being remarkable.

An excerpt from the book reads:
Cows, after you’ve seen one or two or ten, are boring. A Purple Cow, though… now that would be something. Godin defines a Purple Cow as anything phenomenal, counterintuitive, exciting… remarkable.

In our CSS blog, you will see featured monthly a CSS Employee who receives this honor. This month, the recipients are Lesley Pearson and Chuck George!

Lesley is the current Branch Supervisor of our Philadelphia and King of Prussia offices. She started as a Staffing Specialist in our NJ Office in February 2008. She was promoted at the end of 2009 to Branch Supervisor.
Interesting Fact about Lesley:  One of her favorite things to do is food shop due to her love of cooking. She usually goes every Sunday with one of her girlfriends and makes it a 2 hour event! One of her favorite things to make is homemade soup.
Chuck is the current IT Recruiting Manager for CSS Technical Services in Media, PA. He started at CSS in November 2000, and his positions range from IT Recruiter to Sr. IT Recruiter to his current IT Recruiting Manager position. It will be 13 years at CSS for Chuck this November
Interesting Fact about Chuck:  Chuck went to Penn State, and during his time there danced twice in their Dance Marathon. Participants stay up for 46 hours straight, and can’t sit down, doing a line dance every hour. It’s the largest student run philanthropy in the nation. These marathons raise money for the Four Diamonds Fund which helps children with Cancer. The money aids the financial burden the families have as their child battles Cancer. His fraternity did not really participate at first, so he kick started their interest! He has continued to support Dance Marathon since graduation. This year Penn State raised over $12 million, and his fraternity raised over $125,000! Chuck is a proud supporter and honored to be a part of this wonderful cause!