League’s Starting Line Up, Sales Team Edition: Cari Callahan

League’s success has always been a team effort, and it’s a pleasure to recognize those whose hard work and perseverance have helped us get where we are today. We’re especially pleased to honor our Sales Reps who sell League. Today we’d love to introduce you to Cari Callahan!

Cari started representing both League in December of 2014. Not surprisingly, like most of our team reps, she loves League-wear.  Cari’s favorite item is the BT300 long-sleeve pocket tee, which she is quick to praise as, “So comfortable!”

When we asked Cari to tell us what her customers say about League, she again brought up the comfort factor. “Everything is soooo soft!” she said. This isn’t a surprise to us, given the quality materials and workmanship that go into each garment. 

Cari Attended Central Washington University in Ellensburg, Washington, and is an avid reader. She told us that her most recent read was the best-selling novel by Melissa Bank, titled The Girls’ Guide to Hunting and Fishing—a series of interconnected short stores centered on the life of a young woman.

We asked Cari about what she does when she’s not busy with work. “My husband says I always think about work. But really, I like to spend time with my family and my two Great Danes,” she said.  “I also like the outdoors, camping, hiking, and riding my horse.” When we asked about her favorite film, she said, “I don’t watch a lot of movies, but I like series, so my favorite right now is Ozark. 

One surprising thing that people might not know about Cari, “I was a long-haul truck driver for about a year.  I traveled from Kentucky to Los Angles, twice per week.” Anyone who’s done that kind of work will tell you it takes focus and dedication.

Cari’s future plans include a DIY home improvement job, remodeling her upstairs bathroom. And that’s just the sort of can-do attitude she brings to every job she tackles.

Thank you, Cari, for all you do for League!

Cari riding her horse in a Legacy Old Favorite Trucker cap.