Tuesday, October 5, 2010

We ROCK, even in the rainy season!

Heading into the rainy season in Oregon and Washington, it is likely that you will find pesky little (or large…) muddy areas around your home or office. Your animals might track that mud into unwanted places such as on your beautiful new driveway or that expensive white carpet. Or perhaps if you live with big animals, such as horses, you might need their paddocks dressed up. Keep us in mind! We will gladly bring you rock, bark chips, or sand to help clean that up!

We are also constantly working with our suppliers through the rainy season to keep a stockpile of dry soil in the Salem, Portland and Albany areas. Call or email us at Sales@EZGrade.com any time for a free estimate!

On a lighter note, you may or may not be aware that EZ Grade has a Facebook page. If you have a Facebook, you should definitely check it out and ‘like’ us! We’d also appreciate it if you’d leave comments and reviews if we have ever helped you out with a project before. This should help you get there.

I just realized that in the last post I didn’t give a big shout out and thank you to all of our EZ Grade employees and friends that were total ROCK STARS! Each of the guys below donated their time to help us be such a big part of the Extreme Makeover project. In no particular order, we would like to thank the following:
-          Ronnie Simons
-          Clyde Eli, iii
-          Dan Houston
-          Mike Hart
-          Brian Lulay
-          Justin Barrett
-          Zach Leigh
-          Dan Schleicher
-          Jimmy “Trina’s Little Bro” Donohue
Thank you SO much guys, you’re awesome and we appreciate you so, so much for everything you do!

And then, of course, there’s Trina who was there orchestrating the whole thing. Even while running around like a crazy lady at times and dealing with an injured husband, she managed to keep a smile on her face through the whole week. Without her, we wouldn’t have been nearly as awesome as we were. Special thanks to the Big Boss for keeping us all on our toes and running smoothly!

So, that’s that. Thanks for tuning in!
Until next time,