A nationwide sales, marketing and technology services company in the wholesale gift channels Passionate. Progressive. Courageous. This is the spirit of OneCoast, our WHY. We believe that if we have passion about what we do if we are progressive about the way we do and think about our business and if we have courage to actually act on those ideas, we will have growth no matter what. Not Just Words Culture is a lot more than words of inspiration. It is about living and leading by example. OneCoast aligns all areas of business against our values to ensure they match our character and our desire to grow. One of those examples is our investment in Emotional Intelligence Training which focuses on self-development and relationship development. OneCoast in the Community OneCoast believes in giving back through simple acts of kindness every day. As an organization, it is our goal to contribute a minimum of 5000 community service hours a year. OneCoast is an Equal Opportunity Employer and makes employment decisions on the basis of merit. Company policy prohibits unlawful discrimination based on race, color, creed, religion, marital status, age, national origin or ancestry, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state, or local laws.
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Covering everything from integrity to having fun, OneCoast’s core values have been designed to create a sense of ownership in the company and an opportunity for everyone to find a way to demonstrate leadership, Keiser said. Since they’ve become the focal point for the company, the core values have helped to teach, motivate and inspire those who work at the sales and marketing services organization. “The core values are our personality. They represent who we are. We are human so we are not perfect in following them, but they are our guide,” Keiser said. When the initiative got underway, there were six core values. Most recently, the organization added a seventh—Make a Difference—at its annual training and sales meeting this past December in Atlanta. “With 300 people in our organization, we can have an impact on our communities individually and collectively,” Rensberger noted.