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deBotech’s August 2019 Employee of the Month- David Laws

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.


North Carolina Bobsled Maker Goes for the Gold. (NC Field and Family/Living Section) Nov. 27, 2017

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Keep a close eye on the USA Bobsled and Skeleton Team at the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea this February – you might be surprised to learn their sleek bobsleds and skeleton sleds are made right here in North Carolina by Mooresville-based deBotech Inc.

To read full article: debotech.com/news/North-Carolina-Bobsled-Maker-Goes-for-the-Gold/67709

 


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Grand Marshall, Hans deBot, leads the Mooresville Christmas Parade.

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.

Also see: http://www.debotech.com/news/70th-Mooresville-Christmas-Parade/61854 

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