Jordan Futch


Jordan is on the front line at Kenny and Company. As the receptionist, she answers the phones, sets up appointments, and is the first person clients see when they walk into the Showroom. Jordan has other responsibilities working with vendors behind the scenes as well. She has a positive and friendly personality that translates into fun energy for those she’s interacting with. She also brings great experience from her time with the Nashville Predators where she served as the receptionist and office coordinator.


One of Jordan’s favorite parts of her job is when clients enter the Showroom for the first time. Jordan says, “Our clients are impressed with our super friendly and knowledgeable staff and can’t believe how beautiful the Showroom is. They get so excited that it gets me excited for them!” Jordan helps connect new clients to their specialist. She finds that each of her co-workers is down-to-earth, which comes top down from Mr. and Mrs. Kenny. “All of the people at Kenny and Company obviously care about others. I see it in the way that they treat employees and clients. When I refer clients to a specialist, I know they are going to be taken care of.”


Jordan is from Gatlinburg in the Smoky Mountains. She’s married and has one baby, a border collie named Gracie Lou. While she’s not tried her voice on the Nashville music scene, she’s a songbird by heart and gives riveting performances in her car. Hand-stitched embroidery and reading fantasy or period fiction are her favorite pastimes. Her most treasured embroidery project is a Smoky Mountain scene with the quote “What are men to rocks and mountains” from Pride and Prejudice.

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