ShipOnSite has a talented management team to guide you in becoming a satisfied business owner.
- John Brewer
- Kathy Brewer
- Frank Espinal
John Brewer has been involved with several large corporations, seen smaller ventures through major growth and been active in bringing such companies public.
Working with Tumbleweed Restaurants in Louisville, Kentucky, John was with them through their expansion and the restaurant chain now boasts more than 63 restaurants in 8 states.
John was Regional Vice President of Operations with Bob Evans Restaurants, chairing the Training Committee and serving on the Executive Committee.
John served as the COO of Big Four Restaurants and later was elevated to the CEO of its newly formed Corporation, East Side Restaurants. East Side holds many award winning restaurants, including The Oyster Bar & Grill, winner of the "Best Seafood Restaurant" in Phoenix, Arizona .
As COO and founding member of the Board of Directors, John saw Storage Revolution, Inc (dba Moveable Cubicle ) through major growth and development in Texas and North Carolina.
Kathy Brewer has extensive retail, marketing and accounting experience. Kathy has had a diverse career, which led to being a self-employed owner of a clothing boutique.
Starting as a receptionist with Nationwide Advertising, Inc., Kathy was promoted twice in her first year. As Accounts Payable Manager, she was responsible for all accounts payable for 41 offices throughout the United States and Canada. Her duties extended to a subsidiary which owned the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Kathy gained her initial experience in handling multiple sets of company books with the Brittany Investment Company. Here, she was responsible for collecting all accounting data from each company and processing the information through individual Holding Companies.
As owner and operator of Kenn Corporation, Inc. (dba Gaylen's Boutique), an upscale women's clothing store, her responsibilities included marketing, sales, buying, hiring and accounting. Kathy bought this struggling store and increased sales ten times within a nine month period. She also represented a wholesale clothing line that sold to other retail boutiques. After 10 years, Kathy sold Gaylen's Boutique for a substantial return.
Frank Espinal, BA, MBA – Master Developer
As ShipOnSite's Master Developer, Frank Espinal is responsible for marketing ShipOnSite's business ownership opportunity to qualified entrepreneurs. Frank works with each new store owner throughout the 8-week process, making sure all questions and concerns are addressed. In addition to offering continued phone support for current owners, he updates and maintains all training and reference materials.
Frank opened his ShipOnSite in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina in 2007. Prior to purchasing his own ShipOnSite store, Frank worked at Quest Diagnostics, Inc. (a Fortune 500 Healthcare Corporation) as a Corporate Director of Revenue. His responsibilities included Revenue Operations and Financial Sourcing for Quest Diagnostics Corporate. While working in the healthcare industry for nearly 25 years, he also served in the U.S. Army, U.S. Army Reserves & the Pennsylvania National Guard for two decades.
Frank's expertise in revenue management, sales & marketing, operations & logistics has positioned his store in the forefront with the Grand Strand community. His store was featured in A&E's Shipping Wars in December 2013 (Dragon Balloon Episode). His store has also received numerous community awards, including being Voted #1 Shipping Company in the Grand Strand year-after-year via the Reader's Choice Awards, by two local newspapers; the Myrtle Beach Herald and the Carolina Forest Chronicle.