Cody Little

Employee Spotlight: Cody Little

Cody Little joined Georgia Spa Company in February of 2021 as a delivery crew team member. Cody states he finds the job fun, enjoys the challenges and likes the scenery he gets to see when making deliveries.

Cody Little (second from right) with fellow delivery crew team members.

Why did you decide to work for Georgia Spa Company?
It's fun, it brings new challenges with each and every job. The delivery team as a whole works together to figure the best way to deliver each and every product to its new home.

What was your first job?
My first job was working on septic tanks and doing general septic work.

What is your favorite hot tub?
My favorite hot is the Envoy from the Hot Spring Spas Highlife Collection. I love that it offers five full-body massage options along with two Moto-Massage DX jets, a Captain's chair with wrist jets and a lounge chair.

Where do you like to vacation?
I generally enjoy the beach, and my preferred destination is Panama City Beach.

If you had to eat one meal, every day for the rest of your life, what would it be?
I am perfectly fine eating wings for the rest of my life, but they must be lemon pepper. They are the best!

How do you prefer to spend your time off?

Just relaxing with my fiancé and my Pomeranian. Any time with my fiancé is my preferred way to spend my time off.

What are three things you have left on your bucket list?
The first one would be zip-lining. It seems really fun. The second one is getting married. The third is having kids.

What is a TV show you like to re-watch a lot?

Chicago Fire is my favorite show to re-watch. It's a show about firefighters in FireHouse 51 saving lives and growing their bond with one-another.

What is your hidden talent?
I don't keep anything secret!

What is your favorite sport?
My favorite sport is football, and there is no better team to cheer on than the Georgia Bulldogs.

What is your favorite movie?
Max is my favorite movie by far. It's a mystery-thriller about a service dog who loses his owner, a U.S. Marine, while overseas in Afghanistan. The dog, Max, is too traumatized to continue his service and is adopted by the late Marine's family. The remaining brother bonds with Max to find out what really happened to his brother.

What is the best advice you've ever received?
Always stay motivated.

What is something you would tell your 13-year old self?
Straighten up quick.