Meet the Team: Bobblehead Ryan
Who are the people behind Lenny & Larry's?? Meet Bobblehead Ryan! As Director of Events, he's in charge of planning and organizing all of our consumer and trade shows.

60 Second Survey

Nickname: Murph

Favorite Movie: The Shawshank Redemption

Favorite Food: Sushi

Favorite Animal: Dogs

Favorite Color: Blue

Favorite TV Show: Game of Thrones

Dream Car: Lamborghini Countach 

Dream Vacation Destination: Ireland

Bucket List Item: Skydiving

Favorite Drink: Hendricks on the rocks

Let the Interrogation Begin!!

1. What's the best part about working at Lenny & Larry's?

All of the wonderful people I get to work with! It's a good culture with a lot of positive vibes and a healthy working environment. This is especially important because you're around your coworkers more than your family. 

2. What's your favorite Lenny & Larry's product and why? How do you eat it?

The blueberry muffins because they taste amazing! How do I eat it? I just grab one and put it in my mouth!

3. What do you like to do when you're not here?

I play soccer in a coed and full field men's league. I also play center field in a traveling kickball team. 

4. What are you passionate about? What excites you?

I love all types of films including classics. I enjoy going to museums like the Getty for any type of art...contemporary, abstract...and Salvador Dali is one of my favorite artists. 

5. What's something cool you would like to see for Lenny & Larry's in the future?

I would like us to have a really cool YouTube channel with a lot of awesome videos. It would be cool to feature some outdoorsy athletes and show how they train and compete, and what they do on their eat a Complete Cookie!

6. What were you like in high school?

I liked a lot of hip hop and I had very, very, very spiky hair. Sorry I don't have any pictures! My high school was very class only had about 100 people so I pretty much knew everybody. It was called Montclair Prep but sadly, it no longer exists. 

7. How did you get into soccer and kickball?

I started playing soccer in leagues since I was 5 years old. You try different sports when you're young and I was pretty good at it so I just kept playing. About 8-10 years ago, a family friend asked me and my cousins to play recreational kickball so we decided to try it out. Then about 5 years later, they started a travel circuit for kickball so every year we travel to 3-4 tournaments in different places like Vegas, Austin, Florida, New York, Texas, and Colorado. 

8. What's one piece of career advice that you would like to give?

More than anything, love what you do. Even if that takes you a while to figure out, that's the most important thing....really enjoying what you do on a daily basis. 

9. What's one part of your daily routine you just can't do without?

Some sort of exercise, whether it's running, working out, swimming, jogging...even if it's just a half hour, it helps me prepare mentally for the day.