Celebrity Sighting: Captain Ron

Hands down, the best way to spend a Friday afternoon is sailing in the sunshine.


Founder and CEO of MyOffice, Ron Harrell, hosted a select few on his sailboat while expertly tacking across the San Diego Bay. Two members of the MyOffice team—Kevin Stanley, VP of Sales, and Chris Dozbaba, Account Executive – made up “Captain Ron’s” crew and together they handled the rigging while entertaining their guests (I was more than ecstatic to learn our Captain’s name is Ron… if you don’t understand the reference, you missed out on a crucial part of 90s pop culture). We were treated to cold refreshments, delicious Rubicon Deli subs—if you’re looking for a lunch spot, go to Rubicon Deli—and a constant, warm sea breeze to blow the work-week away. Captain Ron guided us under the Coronado Bridge, along Seaport Village, and past aircraft carriers. We even had time to admire the USS Midway, Star of India, and Hornblower, all of which are infamous ships in San Diego. Thank you MyOffice for inviting us for a day of sailing, it was a definite #imsosandiego moment!

What does MyOffice do?

MyOffice is your “one stop shop” for facility and technology services.

They specialize in:

  • Corporate Relocation
  • Furniture and Wall Installation
  • Office Furniture
  • Move and Project Management
  • Warehouse and Storage
  • Asset Management
  • Space Planning and Test Fits
  • Structured Cabling
  • Phone Systems
  • Audio/Visual
  • Video Conferencing
  • Sound Masking
  • Video Surveillance
  • Access Control


If you’re interested in learning more about their services check out their website

If you’re looking for a quote, contact Kevin at (858) 210-4014 or kstanley@4myoffice.com



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