Florida-based medical sales representative Trent Sisco received a bachelor’s degree in business from the University of South Florida in 1994. In addition to his professional responsibilities, Trent Galen Sisco remains involved in multiple activities, including the University of South Florida Alumni Association. In his spare time, he enjoys visiting Sketch and Sip, a recreational art studio in Riverview, Florida.
Sketch and Sip offers a unique way for Florida residents and visitors to enjoy art classes. Mainly focused on painting, the art studio offers classes Monday through Saturday from 6:00pm through 10:00pm. Class participants are encouraged to bring their favorite drinks to enjoy during the class.
Individuals interested in attending the studio can register for classes online. In addition to registration, the studio’s website offers monthly calendars and pricing information. Discounted classes are available, and members of the military and their spouses are eligible for discounted class fees with proof of service.
The studio is also available for rental for private events. To learn more or to register for a class, visit www.sketchandsip.com.
A business graduate of the University of South Florida (USF), Trent Galen Sisco now works as a medical sales representative for a leading medical products supplier. While a student at USF, Trent Sisco served as a business school senator and vice president of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity. He also cofounded a business called Sketch and Sip, found on the Web at www.sketchandsip.com.
Located in Winthrop Plaza in Riverview, Florida, Sketch and Sip allows customers to unwind with friends while exploring their creative side. The business model is built around teaching beginners to complete a painting on a 16-by-20 inch gallery-wrap canvas. Each class focuses on a specific painting, which all the participants attempt to emulate by following a systematic process. High-quality acrylic paints, natural-hair brushes, and aprons are furnished.
Customers are invited to bring their own beverage, including wine, to enjoy while painting. Bottle openers and cups are provided. The company also offers activities for birthday parties for children 5 and older and hosts bridal showers and corporate events. Sketch and Sip studio hours are 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
A full-time sales representative with Centurion Medical Products, Trent Galen Sisco provides products that have helped hospitals reduce the number of central line dressing changes they perform. Centurion’s state-of-the-art dressings are long lasting, helping to free up nurses’ time and make patients more comfortable. As part of his job, Trent Sisco helps educate hospital staff on the best use of IV stabilization systems.
Centurion’s IV Securement Kits, featuring the SorbaView® Shield and VersaDerm® dressings, protect IV sites and catheter placement for up to four days. Not only does the stabilization system lower the number of unscheduled restarts, but it also reduces the risk of certain complications, such as a dislodged IV, phlebitis, infiltration, or thrombosis.
Promoting cost savings and improved patient care, Centurion’s IV Securement Kits meet the standards and recommendations set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Infusion Nurses Society. Medical sales professionals can supply hospitals with customized kits that are designed to meet specific hospital protocols and physician needs.
Trent Galen Sisco, a medical sales professional with Centurion Medical Products in Williamston, Michigan, merchandises the company’s full line of offerings. In addition to introducing hospital administrators to the benefits of using SorbaView® Dressing products and the SorbaView® Shield, Trent Sisco helps to carry out Centurion’s recycling programs, which dispose of medical waste in an environmentally friendly manner.
The only medical-product recycling initiative of its kind, Centurion’s Instrument Recycling & Rebate Program reclaims and reprocesses single-use patient instruments and plastic bags. The initiative significantly cuts down on landfill waste, and hospitals benefit in a number of ways beyond environmental stewardship. I addition to offering cash rebates to hospitals that collect and return the instruments for reprocessing, Centurion picks up medical instruments free of charge, reducing the institutions’ disposal costs.
Centurion also designed a unique recycling program to handle soiled linens and liners. Thanks to the Original Soiled Linen Collection System, hospitals have been able to divert more than 50 million pounds of plastic linen bags from landfills.
Finally about to wrestle this large tarpon onto the boat.
Trent Sisco with the tarpon
The Sisco’s pose for a great facebook profile pic.
The official Facebook profile picture
Trent Sisco enjoys fishing in Mexican waters.
Mexican waters have great fishing