Chase Tuttle is the Business Manager at Fremont Motors Toyota in Sheridan, Wyoming.
We interviewed him to find out a little more, here are the questions we asked;
Where are you from?
How long have you worked in the auto Industry?
“I have been with Fremont Motors for 6 years”.
What is your favorite part of the job (pun intended)?
“My favorite part of the job would have to be customer relationships. Communicating with all the customers that come in, I love talking to people, helping them out and getting them into a vehicle“.
When you aren’t working, what are you doing?
” When I’m not working, a lot of the times what I do is hang out with the family. We like to go to the lake, we have a boat, so we do fishing on the boat or waterskiing or wakeboarding. I do like to go hunting”. Chase has a wife and a 6-year-old daughter. He is passionate about his family and friends. He goes back to Lander as often as he can to visit his parents.
What is your favorite food?
“My favorite food I have to say is Mexican, spicy food”. Chase has taken the spicy chip challenge0- the hottest chip in the world.
What is your favorite Color?
“My favorite color would have to be either blue or green, I love both of them the same”.
How about music. What kind of music do you like?
“I used to be a radio DJ, so I love all music but most of the time I’m listening to some kind of rock. His favorite rock band is Avenged Sevenfold.
What’s the craziest thing you’ve ever done?
“When I was 14 years old, (my Mom and Dad are originally from California), I took a bus from Riverton, Wyoming all the way down to Long Beach California by myself…I barely survived. The bus broke down outside of Vegas, there was a 14hr delay in Salt Lake City, so my parents ended up just driving down to Salt Lake to come get me”.
What was your first car?
“My first car was an old rust bucket F-150″.
If money was no object, what vehicle would you own?
“My dream car is still the Corvette, one day I will own a Corvette…a Z06 “.
Lauren has been working in the automotive industry both in the U.K and in the U.S. for over 10 years. She has driven hundreds of vehicles, not only new cars but beaters without heaters, fast cars on fire, slow cars in snow, off-road trucks in the mucks, and old pickups with pups. She’s driven heaps of Jeeps, miles in muscle and once took her gran in a car from Japan.