4 Things We’re Grateful for This Thanksgiving

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At The LeverEdge, we work hard every day to deliver outstanding product quality and world-class service for our customers and dealer partners.

As busy as we all get throughout the year, it can be easy to lose sight of the many things we have to be thankful for.

And so, with Thanksgiving just around the corner, we thought we would take a moment to identify the four things that we are especially grateful for having in our lives.

#1: Our Customers

It’s a fact: without our customers, we simply wouldn’t be successful.

Throughout the decades that we have been in business, it’s not necessarily the products themselves or even the customer service that is responsible for our success. Rather, it’s the loyalty of our customers that has kept us growing year over year.

Without our customers, we wouldn’t even be a company. We are so grateful for you all!

#2: Our Suppliers

It’s safe to say that COVID has wreaked havoc on supply chains throughout the world.

Even though things do seem to be recovering somewhat, there are still challenges to surmount when it comes to importing the materials needed to manufacture and assemble the systems we provide.

A huge thank you goes out to our numerous suppliers, without whom we simply couldn’t deliver on the promises we make!

#3: Our Coworkers

We when go to work every day, it helps that the people we work with are kind, professional, and eager to help each other. This isn’t always the case within other companies!

We are so grateful that our team is as skilled, friendly, and pleasant to work with as they are. So, thank you for being who you are!

#4: Our Friends and Family

We couldn’t complete this list without including a mention of the people who are near and dear to us.

Our friends and family support us and help us to be the best versions of ourselves we can possibly be, and we are eternally grateful for them!

And with that, we wish you all a very happy Thanksgiving. Enjoy the time you have with your loved ones, and we will see you after the break.

Now where’s that turkey!?

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