Meet the Team

Our mission is to reduce the amount of electronic waste and make a positive change in the environment while improving the lives of consumers.

Sean Sullivan, Owner/CEO

Sean is the founder, owner, and president of BitRemedy. Sean is passionate about making sure that not only the customer is satisfied but also the team of talented employees he leads.

Sean holds a B.S. of Marketing from Westminster College, where he was a former employee of the I.T. Department. After learning how the recycling process worked for electronic waste, Sean saw great potential for something greater than just recycling.

After purchasing some of the computers that were destined to be broken down for recycling, he refurbished many of the computers and was able to make a small business out of his garage.

Sean’s personal mission is to find creative ways to reduce, recycle, and reuse in all aspects of life. Some of his hobbies include entrepreneurism, arcades, and working on all sorts of gaming related projects.

Michael Adamson, eBay Team Manager

Michael has been with BitRemedy since early 2017, when he originally volunteered to paint artwork on the walls of our original retail store (the 9318 South 700 East location).

From answering customer service questions, to listing mountains of obscure computer components, Mike is an expert in all things eBay.

When he’s not at work, he can often be found discussing Mechwarrior, Battletech c3 targeting computers, or participating in tabletop gaming.

Danielle Vanfleet, eBay Team Lister

When she’s not listing a ridiculous amount of components in a day, she can often be heard listening to Michael BublĂ©.

Sean Hallenbeck, Tech Warehouse Manager

Sean Hallenbeck, or just Hallenbeck, is the Tech Warehouse manager. When he’s not managing the Tech Warehouse, he’s often jamming out to EDM.

Michael Olson, Tech Warehouse Technician

Pretty cool guy, doesn’t afraid of anything. Loves to work on the FOG Imaging Server, and has a strange affinity for Clevo laptops.

Bobby Hampton, Warehouse Technician

“Hi, I’m Bob Hampton, I work at a computer store.”