Dillon Clift Joins Resource 1 Tier 3 Data Security

Thursday, February 8, 2018
Dillon Clift
Dillon Clift

Chuck McDonald, president and founder of Resource 1 Tier 3 Data Security, announced the addition of Dillon Clift to its growing team of Secure Data Destruction professionals. Resource 1, a nationally certified leader in secure, on-site data destruction and sustainable IT asset recycling services, serving enterprise class data facilities in Tennessee, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Illinois and California.

“Dillon brings many years of outstanding formal training, athletic discipline and unique business competencies to R1 which are required at this juncture in the company’s evolution,” said Mr. McDonald. “He is well prepared to immediately make a contribution to the company and we are very pleased to have a person of his caliber accept this challenge and join Resource 1 in his role as a data destruction technician.” 

Mr. Clift, a Chattanooga native, graduated from Soddy Daisy High in 2015. He was an outstanding baseball player at Soddy High, at ETSU and at Cleveland State. He also spent some time in the minor leagues playing with the High Desert Yard Birds, (California) in the Pecos League and The River City Rascals, (Missouri) in the Frontier League. He will be finishing college in Chattanooga during his tenure with Resource 1.

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