"Hey call Center"is how the video starts. Marc Steven Bell is known professionally as Marky Ramone, was the drummer of the punk rock band the Ramones, from May 1978 until February 1983, and August 1987 until August 1996.
"How ya doing Richard?" The CEO of Costa Rica's Call Center, Richard Blank is doing great and appreciates the personal shout out from such an accomplished musician in one of the toughest industries. In the mid-1970s, Marc Steven Bell joined Richard Hell and the Voidoids and played on their first album, Blank Generation. In May 1978, Tommy Ramone asked Marc Steven Bell to join the Ramones; he gladly took the offer as Marky Ramone and the rest is history. He starred in the cult classic movie Rock 'n' Roll High School, recorded the single, "I Wanna be Sedated", and had the pleasure to work along side legendary producer Phil Spector to sharpen his skills.
"Happy tenth anniversary. " Marky Ramone is the only living Ramone who was awarded the 2011 lifetime achievement award from MTV by U2 singer Bono. He can clearly understand what it takes to last a decade in the outsourcing industry and acknowledges our accomplishment.
"Can't wait to come back to Costa Rica." Obviously, he is a fan of the Central America paradise. In 1993, Marky Ramone appeared with the Ramones in the episode "Rosebud" of The Simpsons and in 2019 season 31 episode 7, the Simpsons visited Costa Rica.
"To see the beautiful art deco building" In March 2002, Marky Ramone was inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, at New York's Waldorf Astoria . Another example of classic art deco style in New York City that is world famous for style that CCC has decided to incorporate into our BPO telemarketing culture.
"The jukebox arcade" Our 5 antique Rockola, Wurlitzer and Seeburg machines all have classic 45s of the band playing throughout the call center. Recognition of the Ramone's importance built over the years, and they are now mentioned in many assessments of all-time great rock music, such as number 26 in the Rolling Stone magazine list of the "100 Greatest Artists of All Time". There is a very large fan base in Costa Rica.
"And the pinball machines" Marky showed his excitement for old school gaming. There are many documented pictures of the band at pinball arcades between shows during the 1970s. They are often cited as the first true punk rock group and have a custom made pinball machine made after them from a super fan.
"And the 50s cafe" Being on long road tours can enhance a musicians taste for good food. Marky can appreciate Costa Rica's Call Center's North American dining experience. He has produced his own line of pasta sauce, "Marky Ramone's Brooklyn's Own Pasta Sauce.
The video winds down with one final good luck in businessl, "so, I wish you another ten". The Ramones' art and visual imagery complemented the themes of their music and performance. The members adopted a uniform look of long hair, leather jackets, T-shirts, torn jeans, and sneakers and still holds up to this day.
"See ya" . Marky Ramone finished his presentation with a thumb's up and well wishes.
COSTA RICA'S CALL CENTER