Nate Mizell

NS4L Scooter Technician (Bahama Brother)

Intro by Collin…
In December of 2013, 2 college kids came into the store shopping for scooters.  Nate was the ‘support’ that came in with his buddy to help him find a perfect scooter.  I struck up a conversation with these guys as they shopped around and within minutes the conversation turned into a discussion about employment opportunities at NS4L.  Nate took this as an opportunity to ‘sell himself’ and gave me lots of great reasons as to why he should be on the team.  He made it. Lol.
Get to know Nate…

In your words, what do you do here?

The main thing I do at NS4L is wrench on scooters! But occasionally I’ll do scooter pick ups, scooter sales, and anything my leadership team needs me to do.

How did you get suckered into working here?

My roommate and I decided to go check out some scooters at NS4L. While browsing the showroom, Collin and I started talking about employment opportunities, I filled out an application, had an interview and the rest was history.

What is your favorite NS4L memory?

My favorite NS4L memory is when we did a scooter ride to Las Margaritas as a team for lunch, and then rode through campus together in one big squad. We sure know how to pull off a scooter gang!

How would you describe NS4L’s culture?

NS4L’s culture is what makes working here so fun! It’s a mix of craziness, fun, and hard work. Every day new challenges arise and working with such an amazing group of people makes it all worth it. You’ll never find a company that’s as crazy as us!

What’s your favorite quote?

“Play for more than you can afford to lose, and you will learn the game” – Winston Churchill

What is your favorite NS4L Core Value?

Core Value 1: Create and Re- Create the UCE.

What’s your most embarrassing moment from high school?

My most embarrassing moment from high school was during a running event where we had to jump hurdles. I fell flat on my face after tripping on one and lost the competition for our team. Everybody laughed, and I turned bright red, but at the end of the day, it was just for fun, right?

What was your last text message and who was it sent to?

“New impact gun came in from snap on today, has 120 ft lbs of torque!” Sent to: Robbie Grassano