“Primarily, I don’t have to change who I am. My personality fits this company. I don’t have to sacrifice principles, I don’t have to do things that I don’t believe are right.” – Clint Saiben
Clint said Covelli Enterprises now has his heart.
“I’ve been burned a couple of times. It’s hard for me to give my heart to a company. But I’ve done that now,” Clint said. And he said it’s worth it. “You never work a day in your life if you love your job.”
Clint said Sam Covelli is a lot like Albert Covelli, Sam’s father. “They want us to succeed.”
“I don’t know the wealth of the Covelli company. I don’t care,” he said. “What I care about is this company has an incredible drive to succeed and to create opportunities for so many people.”
Clint’s favorite part of the job is watching people succeed and grow.
When he was younger, he thought he might become a rock and roll singer. He’s given up on some of that dream, but he still writes music.
He and his wife, Peggy, have three grown children, three grand kids and enjoy spoiling as much as possible.
He also aspires to be a novelist one day.
But for the immediate future, he said his major goal is to keep advancing in the company and he’d love to be a market manager.