In an average day, Christian Peterson displays more superhuman powers than Henry Cavill did in famed movie, “Man of Steel.” When a support chat comes in, he dashes to aid in a desperate Showiteer’s plea for help. His uncanny abilities have people shouting his name when even the slightest website image is a bit askew. Blog migration request? Yes, he does that with one hand on the keyboard, and the other pouring fuel (assortments of candy or Dr. Pepper or a mix) down his throat so as not to loose momentum.
Suddenly, there is a disturbance in the office: a co-worker in crisis trying to complete a quest. Christian, acting as a true guardian of light, rushes to their side not only to face the challenge and fix the issue; but teaches them his super ways, giving them all the bounty and dropping super jokes in the process. His greatest superpower is his ability to leave the Showit crew highly entertained every day with his witty one-liners, Nerf attacks, or practical jokes (he and John got Field so good the other day, Field said “that was the best practical joke ever played on me. I’m glad there is no video”).
After a long day, he hangs up his cape in what many think is just another suburban home. Little do they know, immediately upon closing the door to the outside world, a tiny superhuman reveals her super-speed to rush to her father’s side. Soon afterward, Angela, his super-wife, emerges for a super hug! Ang, as he lovingly refers to her, has embraced her superpowers better than Christian embraced little Clark Kent not being able to save Kevin Costner from a tornado. She uses her powers to grow another superhuman to keep this planet safe from technological blunders and employee mishaps. Together, Christian and Angela have made two super-humans that will embrace the powers gifted by their parents to be one of the most down to earth, “you are awesome for being you” friends. This, folks, is just another day in the life of the Super Peterson house (also, Frozen must be played at least twice before bedtime).
It hasn’t always been leaping cacti and scorpions to save Showiteers, though. Christian Peterson was destined to the exciting world of pharmaceuticals. In Minnesota, this superhero’s grandfather and great uncles ran Peterson’s Drug. When his grandfather retired, his son, Christian’s father, followed in his footsteps as a pharmacist. Knowing Christian was destined for a life of super-servitude to our planet, the business was sold and the family donned their capes to fly into the Phoenix sunset.
After high school, Christian found himself wrestling with how to use his powers to serve the greater good. He was wavering between studies in pharmaceuticals or trombone performance when he entered Arizona State University. In questioning the real necessity to study organic chemistry, Christian’s love for music, specifically playing bass, won out. He found himself devoting super amounts of time to traveling the world playing deep, rich, and dare I say “sexy” tunes, in a group with CTI Music. This would prove to be one of the best decisions Christian ever made. It’s with CTI Music that he met a girl who he would fall for, marry, and start a super-family.
Somewhere in between a super-marriage and super-babies, Christian aligned his super-powers with Showit’s super creative website platform. We have been thanking the Maker ever since. You can follow his super-adventures on Faceboook, Instagram, or Twitter; he is super-connected! Should you need Super Christian, he is always here for you! This caped crusader is always ready to fly to your rescue in a flash!
Q&A with Christian
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