Scott Kroh

Business Development Manager

At CS3 Technology since
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I came to work for CS3 Technology in May 2013. I've spent the better part of the last twenty years in business development primarily in the technology
sector. During this time, I've worked with clients to implement technology solutions that solve business issues through the use of best practices and
automation to improve operational efficiencies. What I love most about this is that I get to help both organizations and people win.

Busboy and dish washer at a local grill in Fort Worth, Texas.

George Strait's "The Chair". Growing up in Fort Worth, Texas, I listened
to a lot of country music. I like all types of music, but Fort Worth is known as "Cow town" due to its history with cattle drives and cowboys of days
past. As a result, country music was prominent. It gave me the opportunity to learn the two step, waltz, polka, etc.. Over the years, I've spent some
time in a few places with sawdust on the floor. And yes, that's right George Straight was often playing when I was cutting a "rug"…

It is The Star-Spangled Banner written by Francis Scott Key because it means there is a place called the United States of America.

That would be the Texas Christian University Horned Frog Football Team. I'm a 93' graduate of TCU and have attended games since the age of five. I'm
very connected to the history of the University… my father has been a professor at TCU since 1973, I worked in the athletic department while
attending school there, one of my childhood friends is the grandson of Davey O'Brien (the 1938 Heisman Trophy winner from TCU) and I've cheered through
the bad times and now the good. So GO FROGS GO!!!

Loyal, persistent and encouraging

It is definitely the "Mullet". As a child of the 80's, I appreciate it and may have even worn the hair-style at one point in my life? And to this day,
it can still provide for a great "counting game" whenever you are at a large outdoor festival or sporting event.

It would be the beach. I love blue water, sand, an umbrella, lounge chair, good book and beverage
of choice.

Scott Kroh

is no longer an employee at CS3 Technology


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