Meet the Red Rover Team
Laura spent her early childhood eating pepperoncini from the sides of luncheon plates, pickled herring from the jar, sautéed mushrooms, and licorice ice cream. The mere suggestion that she was too young to like them was fuel for consumption. Told that a puzzle was for older kids, she’d dump every puzzle in the house into the middle of the living room and work until they were all put back together. Nothing’s ever changed. Give her a challenge that doesn’t involve physical activity and she’s all over it. Add some sautéed mushrooms for good measure.
As the only girl, Auni’s brothers would say she was born “the princess”. She lived in fluffy dresses, slept in curlers on a regular basis, and hated getting dirty while playing outside. Since outdoor sports = dirt, she decided something indoors would be more her style… dance classes. After a couple of classes and watching her first dance competition, she was hooked. She could express her creativity through movement and get dolled up in costume for performances. The rest of her childhood consisted of countless hours at the studio each day, perfecting her craft in order to be ready for weekend competitions. She is a now a recovering perfectionist, but still catches even the smallest of details.
From birth to date, Tiffany is a spunky spitfire who sees no limits. She has always been the first to jump in with both feet and then figure out how to swim. Always with grace of course! Rather than catching her with her hand in the cookie jar, you would find her 10 fingers topped with olives, preferably with a side of ranch. At two she was an aspiring dancer, frolicking to “Boot Scootin’ Boogie” in her daddy’s cowboy boots or jamming to anything Elvis, living her best life. Let’s be honest, dance was not her thing. As a young adult she succeeded in recreational sports and cheerleading but found her true passion in the world of Motorsports -specifically drag racing. The more MPH and HP the better. An adrenaline junkie with a fear of heights. Today she is chasing her dreams during the week and racing as a family on the weekends.
Liz was always a very quiet child, but was always watching, listening and learning. Behind the scenes has always been her happy place (unless it was time for a ballet recital). Picking things apart so she could see how they worked and then figuring out how to piece them back together is something she’s done her whole life…whether it be a toy, a recipe, a life issue or a mathematic word problem, Liz is the girl to untangle your ball of yarn.