Roadbiking, backpacking, hunting, spearfishing, freediving
Recently awarded the “Be the Difference” distinction by his employer, Aramark, Inc, Robert Clark Day III holds recognition for his skills in client communication, goal-oriented strategy, and knowledge in his field. In his efforts to serve valued clients, Day upholds the company image and maintains a welcoming ambiance as he entertains and serves guests in private suites at Rockies games. To prepare for a diverse career, Robert Clark Day III has garnered a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration and is in the process of acquiring his Master of Business Administration from Colorado State University. Prior to pursuing a higher education, he performed service with the U.S. Marine Corps. A lifelong patriot, Alabama native Robert Clark Day III joined the Marine Corps shortly after high school, training at Camp LeJeune in North Carolina, and eventually deploying to participate in Operation Iraqi Freedom. Day served as an Infantry Machine Gunner, a position appointed to him for his prowess with weaponry. In this role, he supervised the strategic implementation of several devices and ultimately received the Good Conduct Medal. After finishing his tour, the former Alabama resident remained active with the military community as an intern with Jeremy Bloom’s Wish of a Lifetime. His involvement with the organization included visiting veterans, recording their stories to share with future generations, and planning the fulfillment of their lifelong dreams. In one scenario, he assisted a Tennessee veteran of two wars in realizing his desire to travel to Washington, D.C., to view the war memorials and monuments. When not engaging with his customers or with his community, Robert Clark Day III enjoys the outdoors through cycling, backpacking, and diving.