Richard Dixon, Inflow’s Core Value Hero for March 2021!

By Kylee Minson, Quality Assurance Analyst

Meet Richard Dixon, Inflow’s Core Value Hero for March 2021!

Richard Dixon is one of our incredible Technical Support Analysts here at Inflow. Each day, Richard works hard to give customers an unforgettable experience, and never hesitates to jump in and give other support team members a hand. He truly lives out our Core Values and we are so lucky to have him as part of the Inflow family. Here are a few fun facts about Richard:

How long have you been with Inflow?

A year as of April 13th.

What awards have you won – not just here but anywhere?

2012 and 2013 Midwest Whitewater Champion.

What’s a fun fact about you that not many people know?

I enjoy Power Kiting!

What’s your favorite thing about working at Inflow?

Knowing without question everyone has my back, Inflow is an incredible team!

Check Out What Richard’s Co-Workers Had to Say

“Richard is always willing to offer a hand when you have a question. He is very relatable as being one of the newer members of the Inflow family. At the end of the day his quick responses help us continue to deliver stellar service to our customers.”

“Richard went above & beyond in chasing down an issue and was able to bring back a work-around for some audio-notifications to work. AWESOME WORK to benefit INFLOW OPS!”

“Richard never fails to work hard to provide a customer with an Inflow unforgettable experience.”

Our Core Values

  • Go Above & Beyond, Then Go Further

  • Think Big, Dream It, Do It

  • Work Hard, Play Hard

  • Create Unforgettable Experiences

  • Integrity, Accountability, & Appreciation Lead Us to Greatness

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