20 Questions with the New Guy: Nick Ising

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In the last few months, we’ve hired quite a few people (and promoted a few too) so I thought a quick game of 20 Questions would be a good opportunity to get to know these folks. And what better place to start than the top with our newly-named President, Nick Ising?

  1. What do you do at C360?
    I pave the way for everyone to excel at their jobs.
  2. What would you do if you didn’t do this for a living?
    I’d do cartoon voices.
  3. Where did you go to school?
    Bishop David Memorial High School.
  4. Who was the last famous person you met?
    I was lucky enough to have dinner with Bill Samuels, Jr. and Dr. Rowald Hepp.
  5. Beatles or Stones?
  6. Partridge Family or Brady Bunch?
    Partridge Family. Laurie was way hotter than Marcia.
  7. What do you remember about your high school prom?
    I was a very shy, awkward 18-year-old. It was a first (and last) date.
  8. Deep dish or thin crust?
  9. Ever walk out of a movie?
    No. I like to get my money’s worth, even if it is painful.
  10. What was your first concert?
    Billy Joel at Freedom Hall in the late 70s or early 80s, but I don’t think he was the main act. I’m not a big concert-goer. Never was.
  11. If you could have any super power, what would it be?
    Time control. I could always use another 24 hours.
  12. What was the last creative thing you did?
    I talked a client through making a folding dummy over the phone so they could see why you can’t have a six-page brochure with two spreads.
  13. Do you have a hidden talent?
    I juggle.
  14. What is your go-to karaoke song?
    I don’t get that drunk anymore.
  15. What’s the most often played song in your iTunes Library?
    I don’t really like iTunes. I usually go with Pandora.
  16. What is more terrifying: spiders or snakes?
  17. What would your zombie apocalypse weapon of choice be?
    Shotgun with a baseball bat kicker.
  18. What was your first car?
    A 1969 canary yellow, two-door Ford Fairlane. It was a double hand-me-down; two of my older sisters drove it too.
  19. Who would play you in a movie of your life?
    Jeff Bridges.
  20. If there was a fire at your house, assuming your family and pets were safe, what is the one thing you would grab on your way out the door?
    We have a wedding picture that our priest took of us as part of his homily. I’d grab that.


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