Author Archives: Tom O'Hanlan

TITLE
CEO

BEFORE SEALEVEL
Virginia Tech, BS in Electrical Engineering

HOMETOWN
Waynesboro, VA

FUN FACTS
Proud grandfather, bass player, budding tree farmer

Chuck Leavell Talks Smart Growth in New Book

Our friend Chuck Leavell, world-renowned musician and Sealevel spokesman, has released his latest book on smart growth, Growing a Better America: Smart, Strong, Sustainable.

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Tom’s 5 Promises to Sealevel Customers

I started Sealevel Systems, Inc. with a commitment to being leader in the design and manufacturing of quality communication products. Sure, our products are great, but that’s just the beginning. As President and CEO, I promise that my company will stand behind the statements below and deliver innovative products and outstanding customer service.

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Keeping Business Local in Morocco

I strongly believe in the philosophy of keeping business local. It’s something that I have always strived to do at Sealevel. Although we have 50 employees in-house, our team reaches far beyond the walls of our facility. From assembly to fabrication to distribution, we rely on outside sources – many of whom live and work in the state of South Carolina. By keeping business local, we not only improve the economies and quality of life within our communities, we also have the opportunity to engage in face-to-face meetings, control business costs and develop stronger partnerships in our own backyards.

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FIRST Sponsorship: Team 2751

This year Sealevel is partnering with our local FIRST robotics team as they prepare for competitions. The students come from four area high schools: D.W. Daniel High, Easley High, Liberty High, and Pickens High. As team mentors, Sealevel has provided the students with full access to our engineering and marketing departments. From solving engineering problems to developing a website and promotional materials, the students maintain control over every aspect of their robotics system and team brand. Watching the students build their robot and plan their competition strategy has been a truly unique experience for everyone involved.

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Precision Farming Requires Monitor & Control Technology

With the thin margins of today’s agricultural economy, it pays to be lean in every aspect of farming. More and more farmers are applying high-tech applications and software to their traditional farming practices. The time-saving preciseness of this equipment virtually pays for itself in the short-term while the cost-control on resources extends long-term gains. With precision farming, today’s farmer can be more productive through state-of-the-art monitor and control technologies.

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