The AVPro Employee Highlight section is a new way for you to get to know our AVPro Family. Let's get to know Loel!
What is your Name and your roll at AVPro Global Holdings?
Hello my name is Loel Wheeler. My role here at AVPro Global is business development manager for the commercial markets. I also manage the Canada market and parts of Asia.
What's you favorite Color?
Hmmmm, tough call here but I have to say black and yellow as I am a lifetime Steelers fan.
What's your favorite food?
One of my favorite foods are a wide variety of soups from all over the world. I also love a good plate of SUSHI!
What do you like about working at AVPro?
I love that we are all like a large HAPPY family. Everyone is always there to help and make sure things get done. I love to travel and meet new people along the way. I love the way everyone works as a team to achieve a final goal.
From your point of view, how is AVPro different from other electronic manufactures?
We own our own factory, how cool is that. I have worked for other companies that can never say that. We have input from end to end, on all products that are conjured up, designed and built from the ground up. We have two teams here in the USA and China and we all strive to bring the most cutting edge products to market.
What has been your best “moment” since working with AVPro?
I think one of the greatest moments working at AVPro has been the trips to far away places. Landing in Amsterdam my first time was breathtaking as was landing in London. These are moments that just took my breath away with the beauty, the structures and the lands.
You head up your team based in South Dakota? What the best and worst part of living in the 605?
I moved here in 1993 to work for Sencore, fresh out of Devry. Coldest year I can ever remember. Not a huge fan of the coldest winters I have ever known. However, the spring, summer and fall are the coolest parts of year. We have CLEAN air and having lived in several states prior to SD, THAT is huge benefit. We have some of the best fishing in the country also. Nothing like a short ride to the river to catch some tasty walleye.