Achievers under 40 Profile: Carla S. Covey, President of Automated Mail Service in OKC

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Achievers under 40 Profile: Carla S. Covey, President of Automated Mail Service in OKC


Record, Journal, THE JOURNAL RECORD


After many years in the corporate world, Carla Covey and her husband were ready for a change. The couple decided to pursue their dream of business ownership. After a year of searching and another year finalizing the transaction, the Coveys became the owners of Automated Mail Service, a full-service direct-mail and presort company.

"The purchase was a very scary venture for a conservative individual," Covey said. "It has been a wonderful roller coaster ride. Business ownership is truly a joy."

Since buying the company in 2009, she has added several key accounts and has upgraded equipment throughout the facility with state-of-the-art digital print equipment, presort software for intelligent mail bar coding and high-speed inserting equipment. She manages 75 employees and oversees operations of a 40,000-square- foot manufacturing facility.

"In the future, we would like to expand AMS to include other locations. This may be by organic growth or acquisition," Covey said.

"Carla is an extraordinary leader and meets challenges with enthusiasm and vigor. She is a good mentor and regularly mentors recent graduates in the areas of finance and accounting," said Grayson McKee of Tulsa, a longtime friend and mentee of Covey's. "She is also a very compassionate person and regularly donates her business's printing and mailing services to various charities."

Covey has a bachelor's degree in business and psychology from Drury University in Springfield, Mo. …

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