Meet John Banks

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Meet John Banks. He's been employed with Cramers Carpet One for almost 10 years. Like most of the Cramers' family of employees; John wears multiple hats, from A/P and A/R to sales and customer service. In college, John majored in fine art and graphic design giving him the confidence to help his customers in any home project they can imagine. 
 
John is happily married to his wife, Kathy, for nine years and enjoys living in Denville. He attributes his strong Christian Faith and family values along with his uncompromising work ethic in his success and longevity at Cramers Carpet One. 
 
 
Outside of the office, he and his wife enjoy trips to historical locations like the Gettysburg battlefields and Washington's Headquarters. Their sense of adventure also have them camping and exploring the uncharted Tri-state area.  They are also active in their local church and sponsor 3 children with World Vision and often aide in community projects near and afar.
 
John's third love (behind his Faith and family) is music, he loves discovering new music and has even picked up the guitar and ukelele as he is influenced by his life and love of the community and the world around him. 
 

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