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deBotech, Inc. would like to recognize our August 2019 Employee of the Month: David Laws
David has been a member of the deBotech team since April of this year his determination and work ethic was noticed from the get-go and has landed him the position of Production Supervisor.
His dedication to work is unlike any other. David ran into car trouble early last week living in Charlotte he knew it would be difficult for him to commute to work daily so he got a hotel located on Highway 150 which is roughly five miles away from our office. Locals know how busy HWY 150 is at all hours of the day. Not only, did David make it work on time each day, but he did so by walking! We had no idea that this was the case because David never complained, to anybody and kept this to himself.
David, we recognize and appreciate your dedicated efforts and are so happy to have YOU on our team! Your personal commitment to Quality is obvious in everything you do! Thank you for going the extra mile *literally*.
deBotech hopes others are inspired by this man’s dedication to showing up, commitment to his job and team and most importantly his positive attitude despite obstacles.
Excerpt from USA Today….
“The Corvette has existed in a category all its own as an American car,” said Hagerty CEO McKeel Hagerty. “It’s a pretty magical story through and through. It’s very evident they’re about to do it again
“The ‘Vette, a Chevrolet model assembled in Bowling Green, Kentucky, is getting one of its biggest changes yet: The engine is shifting from underneath the hood to the middle of the car, making it a “mid-engine” car much like some of Europe’s speediest vehicles. That change is aimed at making the vehicle even faster and better able to navigate sharp turns.
How powerful is the 2020 Corvette?: Rumor is it was warping the frame in tests
But expect eye-popping numbers for the loaded editions, including a possible ZR1 supercar.
Rumors were flying earlier this year that GM had to delay the new Corvette because it was so powerful that its frame was warping in track tests. Industry observers have speculated that the high-flying version could achieve an astounding 1,000 horsepower.
The extra-powerful edition is sounding like an “unbelievable performer and fire-breathing monster,” Hagerty said.
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Honored to be featured in the NC State Alumni Magazine…
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Mooresville Christmas Parade
There was a chill in the air at the 70th annual Mooresville Christmas parade, with patrons bundled up as the participants walked, rolled, danced and drove down Main Street. Kicking off at 3:30 p.m., hundreds of residents from Mooresville and Iredell County lined the streets to watch grand marshal Hans deBot lead the parade, followed by floats, marching bands, dance troupes and popular characters like Elsa from “Frozen,” Winnie the Pooh, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and of course, Santa himself.
Hans is asked many times…What are the benefits of Carbon Fiber? His answers are simple, carbon fiber provides solutions to most any application. Whether it is reducing weight and adding strength for a racing application, protection for our soldiers on land or by sea, or just making an exotic automobile a bit more exotic. Put simply when carbon fiber is built right like at deBotech it is plain BAD ASS!!!!!!! Check it out below.
New Z06 is the most aerodynamic Corvette ever…by Detroit Steel
It seems we’re learning something every week that makes us love the 2015 Z06 even more as the car revs up for its road debut early next year.
It’s the most capable, most track-worthy, highest-performing Corvette – you’ve probably heard it all by now.
However, the latest bit of news centers on the new Z06 being one of the most aerodynamically engineered vehicles on the market. Add that Z07 package to the mix, and the car holds the distinction of having the most aerodynamic downforce ever measured on a production car.
“As a business owner, it’s the most rewarding experience,” deBot, the owner of deBotech Inc. in Mooresville, N.C., said in an interview. “Seeing these athletes achieve their dreams and knowing we had a part in it, you can’t beat that.” by: J.D. Harrison, Washington Post
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@FOX46 Carolinas unveils deBotech’s key role in the 2014 @The Olympic Games. Tune in to learn more http://www.myfoxcarolinas.com/story/24668218/olympic-bobsleds-coming-from-mooresville?clienttype=generic&mobilecgbypass.
Olympic bobsledders credit Mooresville businessman’s work..by By Caroline McMillan Portillo of the Charlotte Observer
Hans deBot, president and CEO of deBotech Inc., which was hired by BMW to develop the composite bodies for Team USA’s new bobsleds and skeletons. For the first time in decades, the men’s team is favored to win the gold, and they’re attributing a lot of the new speed and agility to the new sleds.
Read more here: http://www.debotech.com/news/Olympic-bobsledders-credit-Mooresville-businessmans-work/59110
“Everyone has a track that they click with and Sochi just fits with me,” Daly said. “On this track there is no hard steering and you let the sled sort of just ride.” By R.J. Rico, NBCOlympics.com
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Hans and crew @ the 24 Hours of Daytona 2014……….
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CarbonHans and deBotech have long been known for Xtreme Carbon Fiber. Their most recent feat was to build the most Extreme Carbon Fiber Hydrofoil Ski on the market today. CarbonHans, along with Nathan and Tracy of X-Air Inc., have come up with just that….. Check it out at www.faccebook.com/dbtparts.com and www.XAirFoils.com.
A couple of days ago I was summoned to one of my customer’s offices – they wanted to see me face-to-face. My heart immediately dropped, thinking what could have gone wrong… When I arrived, I was told they wanted to meet me man-to-man to say “Thank You”…. What, who does this anymore in this cut-throat world we live in. It meant the world to me and it inspired me to pass it along. I would like to say “Thanks” to Danny @ Stewart-Haas for the nice champagne and the pat on the back that he gave me and deBotech, Inc….. I would also like to thank all of our loyal and new customers that always inspire us to do our best with their challenging and exciting projects… I would like to say “thanks” to all of our vendors for supplying us with superior products on-time with little lead time sometimes… I would like to say “thanks” to all of the deBotech Family that dig hard each and every day to build the best carbon fiber products in the industry. So remember to say thanks although it is a forgotten word. Thanks for reading.