Brahma rewards top lumpers

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CALGARY, Alta. – Brahma Lumper Services held its first annual employee awards banquet Feb. 16 to recognize the crew carrying it into the winner’s circle.

The Calgary-based lumper service has continued to grow and now employs about 25. While the company focuses on customer service, it also strives to help its employees plan their future and provides opportunities for them to pursue their dreams.

This year’s big winner was Ariel Gerail, who took home a hat trick of hardware: Employee of the Year, Best Attendance and Most Dependable. Justin Vincent received the Extra Mile, Best Team Player, Most Organized and Most Improved Awards. Joel Kurpjuweit and Paul Comeault received recognition for Most Goals Reached while Kurpjuweit also took top honors for Best Paperwork.

In addition, all employees who have been with the company for one year received a special One Year of Service Pen.

Brahma president, Chris Keam, says each employee deserves to be recognized for a job well done.

“They’re a hard working crew, basically the best thing since sliced bread,” says Keam. “They go out every day and do trailers to the best of their ability.”

Keam went on to say the company wouldn’t be where it is today without the hard work of its employees.

Work orders continue to flood in as word of Brahma’s customer service and efficiency continue to spread through the industry.

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