Alex Jaroshevich

Neurosurgical Sales Specialist at Life Surgical LLC

About Alex Jaroshevich

Born in Phoenix, Arizona, and growing up in Virginia Beach, Virginia, Alex Jaroshevich was a member of the Princess Anne High School tennis team and book club. He was the 1981 AMA Minicycle State Champion as well as the 1983 Virginia State MX Champion.

Jaroshevich was the founder and General Manager of a privately owned chain of tanning salons beginning in 2004, which was named one of the top 100 tanning salons in the U.S., including the number-one spot in Chester County, Pennsylvania.

During this time, Jaroshevich also acted as founder and General Manager of a distribution company that sold tanning units to high-end salons throughout the mid-Atlantic region. The company was named as “Top Tanning Start-Up and Unique Concept” by the International Tanning Association in 2005.

Jaroshevich then moved on to the auto industry, where he was awarded the Top Customer Service and Sales Award for the months of May, June, and July 2009. He was among the top 1% performers nationwide, with over $9 million in sales during his first year. His marketing collaboration with management in 2009 resulted in an increase of 11% for dealership sales, and added $20 million in revenue.

Becoming a medical-instrument sales rep/product consultant in 2010, Jaroshevich’s focus on pricing and customer service not only allowed him to obtain new clients, but also to regain previously lost business. Jaroshevich’s current role is as a Senior Sales Consultant for a medical-devices company. Here, his continued focus on service and customer relationships has been responsible for attaining a position in the top 1% for the inside sales division, and has enabled a potential 40% increase in sales.

Alex Jaroshevich is a supporter of several charities, including Habitat for Humanity and the March of Dimes. He was a participant in the Niger Africa Homeless Mission 2002, the March of Dimes Walk-a-Thon, and was a Thanksgiving Day Homeless and Food Shelter server from 2001 through 2003. His love for motocross racing has led him to become the PA 2006 MX champion, as well as a sponsor for Fox Racing Motocross.

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