Attitude of gratitude
Saturday, December 10, 2016 4:24 PM
This time of year, we can’t help but get a little choked up. Not because our pants are too tight, but because we’ve got a lot to be thankful for. Hamilton has been a family-run business for more than 100 years, and we try to operate like a family should: work shoulder-to-shoulder, always have each other’s backs and never take ourselves too seriously.
Blender 3D rendering created by Jevon Lambright, Hamilton Design Engineer
Here are some of the things we’re especially grateful for this holiday season:
That there are no more election commercials. —Mikhaela Renner, Marketing Coordinator
That little arrow that tells me where the gas tank is. —Sean Treglia, Outside Sales
That my wife only dragged me to one store on Thanksgiving Night. —Joe Ford, Inside Sales Engineer
Grateful to whoever figured out that you can ferment grapes … so much better than raisins —Janet Jeffries, Production Scheduling
That mini roller coaster feeling you get when driving through hills. -Tom Raley, Systems Administrator
Finding old family recipes that turn out just like you remembered. —Marty Wilson, Outside Sales
That I was able to successfully “catch” my second daughter when she was born in the car on our way to the hospital in 1987. She’s now an Emergency Medicine Resident Physician, by the way. —Dave Lippert, President
From our Hamilton Caster Family to Yours, We Wish You All a Very Merry Christmas & Best Wishes for a Prosperous New Year!