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MILSPRAY™ Team to Exhibit Scorpion Energy Hunter™ at National Night Out in Lakewood, NJ

Chantel Robinson, VP of Administrative Operations

Chantel Robinson,
VP of Administrative Operations

Chantel Robinson has years of leadership experience in marketing, project management and brand development. Since joining the company in 2011, she has increased MILSPRAY’s exposure within the Department of Defense while leading technology demonstrations at the Pentagon, the Army Rapid Equipping Force (REF), the US Marine Corps Expeditionary Forward Operating Base (Ex-FOB) and other high profile military events. Under her leadership, MILSPRAY™ secured its first contract with the US Army for corrosion prevention and control services and formed numerous teaming arrangements with strategic partners to pursue multiple IDIQ contracts.

In August 2014, Robinson was promoted to Vice President of Administrative Operations with responsibility for Human Resources, Marketing and Communications for MILSPRAY™. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a Master of Business Administration and a Master of Science in International Business from Seton Hall University.

Chantel Robinson
Vice President of Administrative Operations
Cell Phone: (732) 492-5237
Office Phone: (732) 886-2223

Jeff Callahan

Jeff Callahan, Senior Director of Sales

Jeff Callahan has been appointed MILSPRAY’s Senior Director of Sales. Callahan comes from a highly qualified sales and marketing background that includes over 15 years of management and supervisory experience. In previous entrepreneurial roles was a Principal with Sandler Training and then with The Callahan Development Group, he successfully led a team of Sales Development Experts offering the very best in Sales and Management Performance Enhancement, Sales Training, Sales Recruitment/Hiring, Management Training, Executive Coaching, Custom Seminars & Retreats, and Employee Assessments for behavioral and core competency improvement.

He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Behavioral and Social Sciences from the University of Maryland, and a mini-MBA from Rutgers University.

Jeff Callahan
Senior Director of Sales
Cell Phone: (732) 664-0506
Office Phone: (732) 886-2223

Both Chantel and Jeff will be in attendance at the National Night Out hosted by the Lakewood Police Department on Tuesday, August 4th, 2015 from 4:00pm to 9:00pm at Pine Park in Lakewood, NJ.

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Throwback Thursday – 1968 Bell Huey Model UHID Helicopter

Back in 2011, we had donated MILSPRAY™ paint to the Marsch Kellogg Post 139 for a restoration project on a 1968 Bell Huey Model UHID helicopter. In the photos above you can see our paint is still holding strong. 

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Winning With Women Wednesdays – 8 Steps To Create a Winning All-Star Linkedin Profile

LinkedIn All Star Tips

We all know that in today’s society first impressions do carry quite a bit of weight. However, many professionals today still don’t see that their digital first impression may be killing their brand’s virtual presence online.


LinkedIn has more than 225 million users which makes it the world’s largest professional social network. However, with the sheer volume of LinkedIn members standing out from the crowd can be quite difficult. However, there is a way to create an All-Star Linkedin profile, all you need to do is follow these eight easy steps.

8 Steps to an All-Star Linkedin Profile

1. Add a picture.

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But not just any photo will do. This should be a professional head shot, not a backyard BBQ photo that you happened to have stored on your laptop or smartphone. By adding a professional head shot you will let others know that you care about the way others perceive you and they will appreciate that you take your profession seriously.

2. Add a headline.

A headline is meant to grab a readers attention. Make every word count and sometimes less is more. No need to give a biography, instead give titles, areas of expertise, something that a reader will remember you by.

3. Create a background summary.

What's Your Story

When writing your summary be sure to never write it in third person. This often leads visitors to think that you are not running your LinkedIn profile, this could turn off potential leads and/or networking opportunities if others don’t believe you are easy to reach.

4. Demonstrate past performance.


Nothing stands out more, than an impressive history of experience when viewing someone’s LinkedIn profile. Be sure to not include every job you had since high school, unless you are new to the workforce. This is a place where you can really shine by placing internships, positions, and/or roles you held that all pertain to your industry expertise. This portion of your LinkedIn profile should be held with care, as this is what can easily position you to be one of the best in your business if completed wisely.

5. Sometimes keywords DO matter.

Think outside the box

LinkedIn allows you to select words that pertain to your current role, or previous experience. The best way to select keywords for yourself is to pretend you are someone else who is looking for someone who offers your services, and/or someone who holds your current role. What words would they type to find you? This is a great place to start.

6. Word of Mouth recommendations exist EVEN online.

Second in line to experience, is the recommendations section of your LinkedIn Profile. This builds credibility amongst all who may come and visit your profile. But it’s usually not given unless asked for, so you must be proactive in getting it from those who could recommend your services in the future. Also, remember it’s not the quantity it’s the quality, it is much better to receive a well-crafted recommendation from your peer, than a few words from a higher lever director/C-Suite executive.

7. Care. Participate. Share.


Remember one of the reasons why people join LinkedIn is to show others they are knowledgeable about their field of expertise. This is extremely hard to prove if you aren’t active in LinkedIn groups, or choose not to share qualitative content from others. By showing you care and participate in conversations, it is more likely you will be accepted in online peer-to-peer discussions and others will want to share your content.

8. Always complete your ENTIRE profile.

One hundred percent

Did you know LinkedIn profiles that are 100% complete, receive 40x more visibility in comparison to others that aren’t? In case you were wondering a 100% Complete LinkedIn Profile includes:

• Your Industry & Location
• An up-to-date current position/description
• 2 past positions
• Your educational background
• A minimum of 3 skills
• A profile photo
• At least 50 connections

Hopefully by now, you realize the impact a LinkedIn profile has on your potential audience and the way they perceive your brand. So instead of sitting on the sidelines, be sure to create an All-Star LinkedIn profile and get ready to join the Big Leagues.

Natalie Adis

Natalie Adis is MILSPRAY’s Digital Marketing Manager. Adis began her career at MILSPRAY as a Social Media Strategist Intern and worked her way to a full-time Digital Marketing Manager role.

Prior to her coming to MILSPRAY, Natalie had been and still remains the Founder and Owner of the Digital Marketing Agency, Social Splash Guru. As a Hootsuite™ Ambassador and Google Partner she remains an active participant as a Subject Matter Expert in Digital Marketing. She was also featured in Zazzle Media’s Article, “Expert Tips for Impactful Content Distribution.”

She holds both a Bachelor of Arts in Humanities (Spanish Studies) and a Master of Business Administration in Global Marketing from Georgian Court University.

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#TechTuesday – Vehicle Wash Systems

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Today is #TechTuesday and we would like to share with you information about our Vehicle Wash Systems.

Did you know that our systems are: Simple, Intuitive, and Robust?

For a fraction of the cost of a traditional wash rack you are able to move the system instead of the fleet. There are no construction, engineering, or facility costs. The system itself uses a closed loop water supply which greatly reduces the water requirements. The system is self contained in an ISO container and is environmentally conscious.

MILSPRAY’s Vehicle Wash Systems are scalable, relocatable, and versatile.

Each system can handle Class 1-6 Trucks.

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For more information about our Vehicle Wash Systems call: (732) 886-2223

You can also email us at:

Be sure to follow the conversation on Twitter use the hashtag #ReclaimRecycleReuse

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#GetYourSolarOn Coloring Contest Winners and Submissions Slideshow

Monmouth County Fair Winners

We would like to thank everyone for their participation in our‪ #‎GetYourSolarOn‬ coloring page contest and congratulations to our winners:

1st Place $75.00 Toys R Us Gift Card Gabby B.

2nd Place $50.00 Toys R Us Gift Card Jayne Carr

3rd Place $25.00 Toys R Us Gift Card Colleen Macpherson Werner

Want to view other entries into our competition please look at the slideshow below.

*Note (Artwork may be missing if we did not receive written permission to re-post on social media.)

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Feature Friday: Interview With Jack Hayford

Interviw with Jack Hayford

This week we decided to spotlight one of our very own, Jack Hayford. Jack is a Coatings Chemist here at MILSPRAY™ and we had a fun time interviewing him this week. To find out more read the interview in it’s entirety below.

How did you first learn about MILSPRAY™?

I responded to a Coatings Chemist job posting.  After I had my first phone interview, I looked into the company further.

What is your role at MILSPRAY™?

I work on the development of new products and expanded uses of existing products to provide income for the company. 

If you could pick one theme for MILSPRAY™ to turn into a book about the company, what would it be?

Diversity, because both our people and the work we do cover a very broad range.

How has MILSPRAY™ helped you in your career development?

My work at MILSPRAY™ has allowed me to get back into the field for which I was trained.

If you could switch your job with anyone else within the company, whose job would you want?

I like where I’m at, so if I had to switch, I’d switch with Kevin C. so I would be doing pretty much the same thing and working with the same people.

What do you like most about MILSPRAY™?

I think MILSPRAY™ as a company treats employees very well.  Having been in a number of jobs throughout my life, I appreciate that more.

What have you gained from working at MILSPRAY™?

Obviously a job, but also an opportunity to live and work in a nice area.  My wife and I would never have planned to move to New Jersey, but this job brought us here and it has been a very positive development in our lives.

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What is on your wish list for the next 5 years with MILSPRAY™?

I hope that the company continues to grow and prosper.

What is a favorite line from any movie?

Captain Renault: What in heaven’s name brought you to Casablanca?

Rick: My health. I came to Casablanca for the waters.

Captain Renault: The waters? What waters? We’re in the desert.

Rick: I was misinformed.


Are you messy or organized?

I lean toward the messy side, but not in the extreme.

What is the best vacation you’ve been to?

Prince Edward Island

Confederation Bridge

Describe what you were like at age 10.

I was a fairly normal child, although I have always been somewhat reserved.

If given a chance, who would you like to be for a day?

Innocent Veniaminov

Innocent Veniaminov

If Hollywood made a movie about your life, who would you like to see cast as you?

I would like to see me cast as me.  Otherwise, some people have said that I resemble Peter Ustinov.

If you could be anyone from any time period who would it be and why?

1. Alldos IV of the Earth colonies of Omacron Ceti III in the year 2870 AD, because it would be interesting to see what the future is like.

2. Erasmus, because it would be interesting to be a renowned scholar at that particular time in history and to be involved in the controversies of the time.


Team Apple or Team Droid?

My cell phone is so old I don’t know if it uses either.

You’re happiest when?

Relaxing at home.

Jack HayfordJack Hayford is a Coatings Chemist in MILSPRAY’s R & D Department. Mr. Hayford’s background includes process and product improvement work for Kimberly Clark which included development and evaluation of surface sizing formulations and test development for analysis of alkyl ketene dimer. Coatings research at CD Products included development of water dispersed urethane coatings, the formulation of vapor inhibitive nano-particle infused epoxy coatings, and formulations of high solids urethane, epoxy, and polyurea coatings.

At MILSPRAY™, Mr. Hayford has been Project Leader for the development of impact resistant polymers as per Army Research Laboratory Contract #W911NF-09-02-0001 Multi-functional Stealth Coating; Project Leader for the integration of data acquisition and measurement systems to correlate low velocity impacts with ballistic impacts; and Project Leader for the development of optically clear structural fortification polymer systems.

He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from Azusa Pacific University, and a Master of Science degree in Paper Science from the Institute of Paper Chemistry (now the Renewable Bioproducts Institute at Georgia Tech) where he specialized in corrosion engineering.

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Photo Recap: Monmouth County Fair – Days 1 & 2

The MILSPRAY™ team has been at the fair for the past two nights and we have had fun speaking to visitors about renewable energy and our Scorpion Energy Hunter™.

Learn more about our Scorpion Energy Hunter™: Click Here

Children are encouraged to stop by and participate in our #GetYourSolarOn coloring contest, where three top prize winners will be awarded either a $75.00, $50.00, or $25.00 Toys R Us gift card.

Winners will be announced at 5:00PM (ET) on Sunday July 26, 2015.

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Winning With Women Wednesday: An Interview With Dana Lancellotti Director, Ocean County Business Development & Toursim

An Interview With-Dana Lancelotti

Today is Winning With Women Wednesday and this week we had the pleasure of interviewing a local mover and shaker here in Ocean County, Dana Lancellotti. Dana is a Director for the Ocean County Department of Business Development and Tourism located in Toms River, NJ. 

DanaLancelottiHeadshotGet to Know Dana:

Name: Dana Lancellotti

Age: 47

Education: Monmouth University

Company/Organization: Ocean County Department of Business Development and Tourism

Position: Director

Time with Organization: 1 1/2 years ( since December 2013 )

Company Headquarters: Administrative Building, Hooper Avenue, Toms River

Total number of members/employees: 2000

Dana, how did you become involved with the Ocean County Department of Business Development & Tourism?

I have had the pleasure of working within the tourism and hospitality industry for many years in the Jersey Shore Region. As a member of the Ocean County Tourism Advisory Council since 2009 and as a Regional Director of Sales for Hotels Unlimited from 2008 – 2013 I have partnered with our premier tourism attractions and business organizations to market Ocean County as a dynamic and enjoyable travel destination. The opportunity to fill my current position as Director of Business Development and Tourism for Ocean County was a very exciting and yet comfortable transition. My day-to-day focus and mission is really an expansion of what I was doing in the past. I draw upon my past career experiences, including media advertising sales early in my career, along with the long-standing relationships with local business leaders, to pursue my department’s goals.

Can you name a person who has had a tremendous impact on you as a leader? Why and how did this person impact your life?

I have had the great honor of working directly with the military for years, since about half of Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst is located in Ocean County and serves as a huge economic engine for our region. Interacting with, and building relationships with, the Navy, Air Force, Army, Coast Guard and Marines as well as the Reserves and Guard I encounter tremendous examples of leadership, honor, integrity and strength of character. There are several members of this Joint Base Community and Commanders who have spent time here and then moved on to other assignments who inspire me and influence my perception of successful and effective leadership with their day-to-day performance as they lead and motivate those around them. Those who have reached the highest levels of leadership in their service are incredibly disciplined, focussed and driven to accomplish the missions at hand. They lead by example and with respect, and they motivate through teamwork and encouragement. They are the greatest role models I have known in my life. My experiences with members of the military have had a profound effect on me personally and professionally and I am grateful every day to have the privilege of knowing them.

What is one of the most important decisions you make as the Director for the Ocean County Department of Business Development & Tourism?

Decisions that drive positive visibility to Ocean County as a travel and business destination and convey quality of life here in our area.

Where do you believe great ideas come from within your organization?

I always believe that collaboration and creativity are the keys to success.

How do you and other leaders in organization communicate the “core values/mission of the organization” to the general public?

We have several marketing tools in place, including our website, social media outreach, our beautiful, full-color, glossy tourism magazine, weekly distribution of our digital events calendar and face-to-face engagement with prospective tourists at trade shows and festivals outside of our area. We also have advertising / marketing campaigns that run outside of Ocean County and out-of-state through print, internet and radio.

What are three characteristics you believe every leader should possess?

Respect for their “team”, professional conduct, and the courage to take smart risks.

What is one mistake you see female leaders make more frequently than others?

Maybe women tend to analyze things too closely sometimes. I think women second-guess themselves more than men and that may stand in the way of some critical, time-sensitive and bold decision-making.

Can you explain the impact, if any, that social networking and social media has made on the organization or you personally?

Social media and networking is a huge advantage in our mission to elevate awareness, establish image and tell the ‘story’ of Ocean County. We are able to promote through consistent messages, images and articles about life in this region and we can provide up to the minute information on activities and destinations. It is amazing how powerful and how much of a necessity the instant access to information has become. Both travelers and area residents love to be constantly in the know about what to do, see and experience in Ocean County.

What are a few resources you would recommend in Ocean County and/or New Jersey for someone who is looking to gain a competitive edge as a business owner or gain insight into becoming a better leader?

I say it over and over but I truly feel that the best resource is always to join our local business organizations, Chambers, Charities, etc to become part of a team and embrace the value of partnerships.

What advice would you give someone going into a Management/Leadership position for the first time?

I would recommend that they listen to their staff, lead by example and never make the mistake of thinking that they know it all. Even the highest positions are on a journey to learn, grown and become better than they were yesterday. Otherwise, it’s just a paycheck.

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Photo Recap: Dinner for Muhammadu Buhari, President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria

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Yesterday, MILSPRAY’s CEO & President, Brian Feser and Senior Advisor for Africa, Sylvester Okere attended a dinner for Muhammadu Buhari, President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. 

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