January 2011 Newsletter

Welcome to Our January 2011 Newsletter

2011. What will it bring we ask’? Nobody knows for sure but we face it in the confidence that the Lord will direct our ways. We at Speed Wrench have experienced this direction in a very real way this past year. We entered the new year with a certain amount of fear and trepidation not knowing what the economy held in store. Looking back we stand amazed again at the Lord’s goodness in 2010. He led us by giving us work for the day, every day and ultimately a successful year. Praise be to Him! Many of the new ventures we started in 2010 have had a chance to develop and gain trac¬≠tion. You, our customer, have let it be known that you appreciate these new offerings. Thank you for your input and encouragement. You me the ones who help by suggesting new services and ideas. We cannot honor all of them, but we will ALWAYS look at those ideas that will enhance our services to you. OUR business is to help make YOUR business successful! We can help by maintaining your vehicles and equipment properly ¬∑while you concentrate on growing your business. We arc excited about continuing that relationship in 20l l. Thank you!

From All Phase Hydraulics

We at the All Phase division have had a busy year! Not only have we had a full steady workload this year, but we have also had growing pains. The result of which has allowed us
to hire three new employees this year.

Brent Overway was hired in March as a parts runner primarily for the eastern side of the state. In August, we hired Tom Boorsma Jr. to work on the bench as cylinder technician. Finally we would like to welcome Jon Swiler who was hired in as a salesman. Jon’s territory includes primarily the central part of the state. If you have any hydraulic needs in that part of the state, give him a call at (517)348-6795.

Brent Overway
Jon Swiler
tom boorsma