Ronald Fowlkes, famously known as Ronnie Fowlkes, is an alumna of the prestigious army jump school where he graduated and later worked as a marine. He is the spearhead of the SWAT squad and also an affiliate of the St Louis police unit. Ronnie was served as a development manager in business at ITW, undertook all military products transactions and also worked at eagle industries as business development manager before joining the FIrstspear. With his over twenty years’ experience, Ronnie is capable of apprehending fresh and innovative ways to his role as the business director at firstspear and to understand what the company needs for it to stay top at all stints. Ronald Fowlkes had a desire to be a frontrunner at first spear way back when he was working with the marine corps in the united states and while he was working in the SWAT after constantly stumbling upon its equipment’s in their gears. He says that first spear equipment was durable and they lasted exactitude they put them through, and this motivated him all the way to where he is today as the business development director at firstspear. Ronald’s business makes money typically through marketing activities and attending trade exhibitions and shows, but most of its commercials are derived from the field and also deals made with local and national law execution, operating in the DOD. And sometimes some recommendations from the users. Happy customers usually recommend firstspear to their bosses who latter invite them to demonstrate their ability at the RFI stage hence bringing high amounts of income once the deal goes through and this has been an excellent source of joy to the company. Ronald has a high perception of the firstspear which he cultivated from long ago, and this makes it easy for him to sell the products.
Firstspear works superlatively through word of mouth although they have a showroom according to Ronald. This is major because of its excellent company’s image that makes customers hunt it down instead of them reaching out to the customers and because they attend all trade events and shows. Ronald states that taking records in booklets or flashcards keeps him on his toes since he can assess how much he has achieved at the end of the day and anything that he hasn’t accomplished at the end of the day, he transfers it top of the next day’s list. Ronald is a hockey fan and also a youth league coach. He regularly pens about the current accomplishments in the NHL and hockey for example in February 23rd he wrote about Jeff Glass admission into the NHL, and he has also written about Brock Boeser making his way for the Calder trophy.