This thanksgiving we would like to again offer our sincere thanks to all the people that have contributed to the success of Super Sucker Hydro Vac Service Inc.
First, we would like to thank and acknowledge our staff. We believe we have assembled the finest team in the province – operators, support staff, and managers. As part of our commitment to you that, as we continue to grow in number, we will continue to ensure the company retains the values and culture it was founded and built on. We will continue to dig deep, earn customer business and support you and our family.
To our customers, we deeply appreciate the opportunity to work for you and alongside you. Thank you for entrusting us with your projects and allowing us to demonstrate our digging a little deeper work ethic and culture.
We would also like to thank the people in our community not only our neighbors where we live and work, but also our industry colleagues in damage prevention, including our fellow hydro vac organizations. Damage prevention is truly a shared responsibility and it is our pleasure to work together to make our province safer for workers and the public. As an industry, hydro vac excavation is growing at an incredible rate. We are proud to be working with our industry colleagues to address issues we all face and to improve and elevate our trade. Thank you to everyone for your ongoing efforts and commitment.
And as we mentioned in our Easter post, this weekend we join with Christians around the world and offer our thanks to our Lord, for the many blessings we have received including the sending of his son, Jesus Christ.
In the spirit of giving thanks for the abundance we have received, we would like to acknowledge the generosity and “giving” of our employees. At our October Health & Safety meeting held earlier today, we held a food drive for Neighbour to Neighbour.
As a local charity, N2N is a leader in poverty prevention in Hamilton and the surrounding areas. Their objective is to alleviate and prevent poverty by supporting our neighbours at risk. More information about Neighbour to Neighbour can be found at their website: http://www.n2ncentre.com.
We would like to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving and hope that you and your loved ones have a super long weekend.