Both Iowa and South Dakota Governors declared Larson Manufacturing day in honor of the company’s 60th year in business.
Larson Manufacturing Day is declared in South Dakota and Iowa.
“Larson Manufacturing exemplifies the existence of the Midwestern work ethic and is a quintessential example of dedication, hard work, and perseverance,” South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard said. “Larson Manufacturing is a vibrant asset to the state of South Dakota,”
“I applaud and commend your company for your integrity, producing a high quality product for your consumers, providing excellent customer service and establishing yourself in the community through the generous giving of your time, talents and financial support,” Iowa Governor Terry E. Branstad said. “All of these reasons and many more are a tribute to your company and a testament to the success that you have shown over the years.”
According to Larson Manufacturing President and CEO, Jeff Rief, the company’s success relies on a business formula that involves dedicated employees, products of quality and craftsmanship, innovations, teamwork, and community spirit.
“We have upheld these values and promise to do so in the future,” Rief said. “We strive to be the best in the industry and we attribute our success to a strong workforce. We’re fortunate to have such talented and dedicated employees working with us.”
Larson Manufacturing day will be celebrated May 19th in South Dakota and May 21st in Iowa.