Meet a Zazzler: Fernando

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Hi there! Today, we’re introducing yet another amazing Zazzler. Let’s meet Fernando, our fun foodie Customer Service Hero!

Name: Fernando

Hometown: San Mateo, CA

Favorite Work Snack: Strawberries, Apples and Coffee


Tell us about yourself! What do you do at Zazzle? I educate and assist our customers with their orders by showing them how to utilize the tools provided on the site.

What are your hobbies? I like looking up trending topics on Pinterest and Flipboard about design and new technology, and doodling. I also love catching up with friends and being a foodie to find new places to munch at.

What’s an interesting fact about you? I’m a “spur of the moment” person who enjoys random adventures with friends around the Bay Area. I am currently completing my Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design/ Multimedia Design and want to grow in a career towards  Marketing.

What is your favorite Zazzle product, and why? I enjoy my custom Two Tone mug which I love because of the colors and design. I use it every morning to start my day.

What’s your favorite aspect of your job? I’m able to help with a design order for a customer. I’m saving brides from stressful planning and getting enjoyment from a satisfied customers when they receive their order and all is well.



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2 thoughts on “Meet a Zazzler: Fernando”

  1. Hi Fernando, nice to meet you! Might I say, you are on the right path for a career in Marketing with a strength in graphic design. That rather sums up my personal marketing career from which I recently retired. You know, I did have a question about a product – the ceramic tiles – and if they are suitable to be used in the bathroom? I wasn’t sure I’d want to have them used in the shower area where they got wet each day. What would you suggest?

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