MISSISSAUGA, Ont. – Trailer Wizards hosted its annual customer appreciation day in Mississauga today where attendees got to mingle with staff, win prizes, and enjoy a catered lunch.
This past year, Trailer Wizards was recognized as one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies, and so the event was really used to draw attention to the customers and staff that make the company stand out within the industry and within Canada.
“To our customers, we certainly appreciate the business that you’ve given us and we look forward to doing a lot more with you in the future,” said Mike Ciciretto, vice-president for the Ontario region at Trailer Wizards.
Anne McKee, Trailer Wizards’ executive vice-president added that customer feedback really helped the company move forward.
“I just want to thank you all for our contributions for us being named Canada’s Best Managed Company this year,” she said. “We couldn’t have done it without you because it was your feedback, both positive and negative that made us stronger.”
She also took the time to give a shout out to the technicians at Trailer Wizards, who she said work hard everyday to maximum its customers’ uptime and keep business running smooth.
“They are the backbone of this company,” she added. “They keep your fleets on the road and you’re not earning money if your fleet isn’t rolling and these are the guys that keep the fleet on the road. They really are excellent at what they do.”
In addition to raffling off prizes including an Apple iPad, a flat-screen TV, and gift cards, the company collected food donations in support of The Mississauga Food Bank.
The Food Bank said it is always looking for drivers to help distribute. If you’re interested in driving for the food bank, please contact Ingrid Heinrichs Pauls, the administrative and volunteer coordinator at: Ingrid@themississaugafoodbank.org.
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