Our Culture

Our Company Culture: What it’s like to work here

One of the best things about Santinelli International is our culture. In one way or another, the concepts of integrity, honesty are part of that culture.  Our core values are reflected in everything we do and every interaction we have. Our values are always the framework from which we make all of our decisions.

True, our values have played a huge role in making us an award-winning company with award-winning products.  But what really connects us is the fun we have together! Click here to view some employee testimonials.


   Breaking Bread Together

Between our festive Holiday Celebration to our casual summer BBQ, we never go hungry!  Omelet Day has become a spring-time tradition, with chefs Rick Clemente (Executive VP of Sales & Service) and Matt Mc Kenna (VP Client Services) cooking up “made-to-order” omelets on our outdoor grill!

Our President’s Luncheons are also a favorite, as are our unique and fun monthly “spirit days”. Each month birthdays are celebrated and milestones are shared – of course, there’s cake for everyone!

Bravo!  Everyone cheers when the Star of the Month honors, MVP of the Quarter and MVP of the Year awards are presented. We also recognize those “dazzling” individuals with our highly-prestigious, annual President’s Club Award. We all know that hard work has its benefits!



   Halloween Costume & Decorating Contest

It’s so competitive, it’s scary!

But President & CEO, Gerard Santinelli has a spook-tacular time judging the incredibly creative entries!






   Bring Your Child to Work Day

Associates’ children get to spend time at our office for part of the day learning about what each department does, creating marketing initiatives and making Santinelli Sundaes!

The children are always fascinated with a demonstration of our lens edgers, given by Greg Gibson, our Repair Center Manager.







   Friendly Competition

If you ever come up against our CFO, Kevin Moran, at one of our Bowling or Wii tournaments look out!

Fortunately, all is forgotten the next day at the water cooler.