By Andrew Smith
The Evolution of Success with B.J. Werzyn, CEO, West Shore
The first roles of the actress Davis in the movies were not noticeable – episodes in the TV series “Dr. Queen, the woman doctor” and “ER”. Luck smiled in 1995, in the form of Brooke Armstrong in the high-profile series “Melrose Place”. However, Christine lasted in the picture not a year. According to one version, her character was removed because of poor ratings. According to another, her love of booze was to blame. They said that the actress was on the set, albeit lightly, but intoxicated Kristin Davis plastic surgery face, and Brooke on the screen turned loose bitch, which caused the anger of the audience. The actress name appeared in the credits of the drama “The Biggest Lies”, a popular medical series “ER” in the comedy soap opera “Seinfeld. One of the main roles went to Christine in the thriller “Atomic Train” about a freight train carrying waste, which suddenly found a nuclear warhead. Davis also played in the fantasy action film “The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lava” by Robert Rodriguez, adapted for children. In the family comedy “Welcome, or No Entry for Neighbors” Christine acted as the wife of one of the main characters played by Matthew Broderick.
Currently ranking #7 on the 2020 Qualified Remodeler Top 500 List, West Shore Home is one of the nation’s largest home improvement companies. West Shore finished 2019 with $222 million in revenue on 23,206 window and bath replacement jobs. This is up from $81 million on 9,681 jobs—more than doubling the size of the company in one year.
Under the leadership of BJ Werzyn, West Shore has quickly grown. The company has had several acquisitions and new greenfield locations over the last several months – and BJ plans to keep on growing! To get where they are today, BJ has focused on building repeatable and scalable systems that allows West Shore to maintain a high standard of customer service across the board at all of their locations.
About West Shore Home:
West Shore Home, headquartered in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, is a leading technology-enabled home improvement company with continued national expansion plans. Since its founding in 2006, West Shore Home’s mission has been to provide the fastest, most convenient home remodeling services in the market. West Shore has rapidly established itself as an industry leader driven by its use of technology to simplify the remodeling process and a customer-first mindset. For additional information about West Shore Home visit www.westshorehome.com.
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