Big Apple Store’s Employee Spotlight for June, Bambi Lapanne!

Enjoy what Bambi shared about her journey with CN Brown Company:

How did your career progress at CN Brown Company?

I started out as a cashier in 2005. I was an assistant manager for 4 years and now I am a Manager in Training.

What’s the best part of your current job?

The customers and my cashiers. I have a great crew!

What’s the most challenging part of your job?

The paperwork…

What’s your favorite memory of working at CN Brown Company?

I have so many great memories from all the years of being here, but I will always treasure meeting the little boy that has Muscular Dystrophy…he was so inspirational.

Why would you recommend working for CN Brown Company?

We have flexible hours and good incentives. (UPSELLS)

Thank you, Bambi, for your 15 years of service. We appreciate your dedication!

CN Brown Company’s Employee Spotlight for June, Fred Sturtevant III!

Enjoy what Fred shared about his journey with CN Brown Company

How did your career progress at CN Brown Company?

I started out as a night transport driver, was lucky, for only 6 months. Then I went to days where I’ve been since. Used to work 6 days a week, now I work 5, which makes it easier to spend time with my family.

What’s the best part of your current job?

Hauling propane, I really enjoy it.

What’s the most challenging part of your job?

Weather and Traffic.

What’s your favorite memory of working at CN Brown Company?

There are too many to have a favorite. It’s been a decent ride, so far!

Why would you recommend working for CN Brown Company?

Good equipment, good hours, good people!

Thank you, Fred, for your service to our company for 34 years, and to our county through the US Air Force. We appreciate YOU!

CN Brown Company’s Employee Spotlight for May, David Yates!

Enjoy what David shared about his journey with CN Brown Company

How did your career progress at CN Brown Company:

I trained on a trailer for two weeks, then was put on the ten wheeler for awhile. I then drove trailer for nights and weekends, and the wheeler some. Then full-time on transport – some weeks 7 days a week. Always 6 days per week and many 12-14 hours shifts. I served 20+ years with the National Guard – serving on the weekends and training annually for 2 weeks.

What’s the best part of your current job:

The independence and trust the company allows us. We get the job done, no matter what.

What’s the most challenging part of your job:

Traffic and weather.

What’s your favorite memory of working at the company:

All the men I have worked with and the advance in trucks and equipment. You have to remember when I started there was no 295 across Portland, Maine. I watched them build that.

Why would you recommend working for CN Brown Company:

Steady, full-time employment. Good equipment, Good Pay. No hassle and flexible hours if you need them.

Thank you, David Yates, for your 48 years of service to our company and 20+ years of service to the National Guard. We appreciate your loyalty and dedication!

Big Apple Store’s Employee Spotlight for May, Penny Woodbury!

Enjoy what Penny shared about her journey with CN Brown Company:

What was your first position with our company?

Cashier

What’s the best part of your current job?

My fellow employees and being able to work within our small community.

What’ the most challenging part of your job?

Keeping up with snow removal to keep our customers safe.

What’s your favorite memory working at CN Brown Company?

Working with everyone during a Nascar Race.

Why would you recommend working for CN Brown Company?

The people are friendly. The wages are competitive. The company is honest.

Thank you, Penny, for your 20 years of dedication and service to our company. We appreciate YOU!

Governor’s Guideline Observation

April 2, 2020: You’ll notice posted signage for our customers to be aware that we are following the guidelines set forth by Governor Janet Mills.  The guidelines are:  social distancing 6’ apart by marking the floors and we posted the specific number of customers allowed in our locations, based on store size.  As an added measure, we provided special hours for customers 60 and older or with medical necessity.  Additionally, our team has heightened our sanitization requirement to prevent the spread of germs.

May 1, 2020: We’re following the Governor’s NEW guidelines that require our employees to wear a mask and have sneeze guards in place for everyone’s protection.  You can expect to see these changes in our stores and energy offices soon as we are working on the distribution of these items as swiftly as possible.  These new guidelines are in addition to the items listed in the first paragraph.  We will continue to comply with the Governor’s orders as promptly as possible. 

Thank you for your continued business.

CN Brown Company

CN Brown Energy’s Employee Spotlight for April, Thomas Pellitier!

Enjoy what Thomas shared about his journey with CN Brown Company:

How did your career progress at CN Brown Company?

I began as a gas attendant. I moved into oil delivery. I was also an LP (liquid propane) Technician. I am currently a delivery driver.

What’s the best part of your current job?

Customer Relations

What’s the most challenging part of your current job?

Inclement Weather

What’s your favorite memory from working at CN Brown Company?

Success Pond Deliveries

Why would you recommend working for CN Brown Company?

We have nice trucks, good team of drivers, good benefits, and I can be home with my family every night.

Thank you, Thomas, for your 18 years of service to our company. We appreciate YOU!

Interested in a career with CN Brown Company, apply online: https://nowhiring.com/cnbrown/

Big Apple Store’s Spotlight Employee for April, Sonya Andrews!

Enjoy what Sonya shared about her journey with CN Brown Company:

How did your career progress at CN Brown Company?

I started out as an overnight cashier at BA1063, Lincoln, then got promoted to MIT. (Manger in Training) From there I received a promotion to become the manager of BA1069, Medway. I then tranferred to BA1063, Lincoln, as the manager when the position became available.

What’s the best part of your current job?

I have taken every opportunity to learn new things with the company. Whenever any training becomes available, I take it! Being a TAM trainer is something I take very seriously. Fill in for Tina when she was on vacation was also something that taught me alot. This job allows me to interact with customers. Knowing there is someone you can call if you need help with anything makes some things alot less stressful. Being appreciated always makes people want to do more.

What’s your favorite memory from working at CN Brown Company?

There are many awards that I have received over the past 20 years. I am very proud of receiving Manager of the Year.

Why would you recommend working for CN Brown Company?

Working for CN Brown Company you have flexible hours, chance for advancement, and a great support system that is there if you chose to use it.

Thank you, Sonya, for your 23 years of service to our company. We appreciate YOU!