7 Questions with Lori Smith
Lori is the Advertising Specialist at The Daryl Smith Team. She’s responsible for overseeing advertising and marketing; interior and exterior photography; managing customer service and special projects.
Lori has been working with the Daryl Smith Team since April 2000 with previous experience at a local advertising agency and market research firms. She is a graduate from the University of Toledo with a double major in Marketing Management and International Business. Lori also received her Ohio Real Estate license in March 1995. Daryl and Lori have been happily married since 1989. Their professional attitudes and communication between each other will assure their clients that they will be well taken care of! In their free time Daryl and Lori enjoy spending time with family and friends, being active on their bikes, in the gym, or on walking trails. They also enjoy an occasional vacation in the warm sun down in the Caribbean.
1. What’s one thing you couldn’t live without and why?
Blistex – I am addicted!.
2. How was your childhood bedroom decorated?
At one time it was Pepto Bismol pink, then it was lavender, then it was yellow with peach trim … I’d say I had a colorful childhood. Oh, and I had a canopy bed.
3. If you could have ANY job for just one day, what would it be? Why?
A country music rock star – love to sing my heart out and have it be in tune!
4. What is the best book you have ever read? Why?
The Five People You Meet in Heaven – hits close to home.
5. Where were you January 1, 2000?
In Sylvania, Ohio in a home Daryl and I built in Stonybrook Village with friends that were in from out of town with their 2-year old little girl watching the world continue to turn in various foreign countries as they hit midnight … and here we are in 2018 surviving the “new millennium”.
6. If you could turn any activity into an Olympic sport, what would you have a good chance at winning medal for?
Organizing my bedroom closet!
7. Once you got over the shock, what would be your first question after waking up from being cryogenically frozen for 100 years?
When was the last time the puppies were outside to do their business?