John Garcia, 33

John GarciaJohn Garcia has always been driven to excel. As a student at Michigan State University, he worked 60 hours per week as a sales intern for a national company, ultimately becoming the top sales person in his region. Prior to graduation, he also founded, and sold, his own business.

That same initiative and energy have served John well throughout his career. Following graduation, he became a sales consultant for ARAMARK in the Metro Detroit area. For two consecutive years, he won the company's Top Performer award for his region including "Rookie of the Year". By his third year, he was recognized as a Top Performer in the nation. He also received awards of excellence for coordinating customer service programs and improving communication between divisions. 
In January of 2006, attracted to the company's strong service culture, John became part of the sales and marketing team for Continental Services.  John was hired to craft and implement a sales process to support all Continental Services Companies while leveraging relationships and strengths to connect existing customer base while winning and developing new pillar clients.  Due to his success, within one year John was promoted to be Continentals youngest Executive.  As sales director, he helped take the company to the level they were targeting and completed his plan ahead of schedule. 
John founded Benjamin Hunter and Harmony Group (BHHG) in October of 2008 with Continental Services as his first client.  BHHG is an ESCO and consulting firm with a mission of conducting balanced and sustainable business.  The core competencies of BHHG are helping companies through developing comprehensive energy solutions and offering a turn-key implementation as an ESCO and as a consulting firm:  developing strategies, obtaining resources to maximize growth, and implementing Sales Driven Systems to actualize profits through pragmatic & dynamic action.
John brings with him a simple and powerful principle:  "Make yourself indispensable to the people you serve, through natural relevance."


The information presented here was accurate as of January 2012.