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Account Manager Spotlight

The Account Manager Spotlight is a weekly blog that highlights one of our top account managers. It allows prospective clients and potential candidates, in addition to the staff at Robin’s Nest Consulting to get to know one another a little bit better.

Our First Spotlight shines on Theo Batzer, who has quickly separated himself as a top candidate to become a managing partner here at RNC by the end of 2013.



Name: Theo Batzer

Title: Senior Account Manager

College: Michigan State University
Major: BA Media arts& Technology- Audio Industry Design & Management.
Minor: Jazz Guitar & Voice

Lets get to know Theo a little better.
I grew up in Manistee, Michigan. I like to hunt, fish and football. I manage and perform in multiple musical groups across the state. We play at festivals, weddings, live venues and clubs.

What is your theme song?
“Voodoo Child” – Jimi Hendrix

What is your favorite thing to eat for breakfast?
Bacon Pancakes

What superpower would you like to have?
Teleporting or Time travel

What is the one book everyone should read?
“Nothing to lose, Everything to gain”- Ryan Blair

What do you think about when you are alone in the car?
I usually sing along with whatever song is on or think about what I need to accomplish for the day.

Night owl, or early bird?
Night Owl all the way

What is your career goal?
To consult for multiple business owners in both the sales and marketing and music industries, increasing their growth and expansion into emerging markets. I also want to own and operate my own sales and marketing firm, in addition to a recording studio and several live music venues/clubs in every major music market across the united states.

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