Meet Remi!

Let us introduce you to Remi LeBlanc! Remi has been around Impressions since before he was born, so you could say, Impressions is in his blood! Remi is one of the nicest young men you might ever meet and we are so happy to have him as part of our “family”. Look around for him when he’s back from school for his summer break. You’re sure to be the recipient of a nice customer service experience!

We have been trying to feature each one of our team so that you get to know them a little better!



When did you start working at Impressions?

I started working at Impressions the summer of 2016. 

What made you want to work for Impressions?

I wanted to work for Impressions because I knew it was a great family run business that has a lot of impact and involvement in Saratoga Springs.

Do you or your family have any history with Impressions?

My mother worked with Impressions years ago and my sister also worked at Impressions before me. 

What is your position and what do you do when at work?

I walk the floor and run the register. 

Where were you born?

I was born in Saratoga Springs. 

Where did you grow up?

I grew up in Salem, NY. 

Do you go to school and if yes, where and what year?

I go to school at St. Lawrence University and I am a sophomore.

What is your favorite hobby when not working?

When not working I love to be outside, usually hiking.

What do you want to be when you “grow up”?

When I “grow up” I hope to be a Computer Scientist.

What is your favorite thing at Impressions?

My favorite thing at Impressions is all the different t-shirts, particularly the vintage tees. I also love the funny Blue-Q socks.

What is something that we may not know about you?

Something you may not know about me is that I run on the track and field team at SLU.

What kind of pets do you have and what are their names?

I have one dog named Spot. Three cats named Burch, Sam, and Jordan. Also a parakeet named Sokka. 


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