On the topic of girls on wheels...by Torklift Jen
As I get to know the people who make up Torklift, I am seeing more and more of what makes these products so amazing.
I am finding out that my talented colleagues do some extraordinary things not only here, but also in their time off.
To start with there is Amanda. She’s a co-worker, and someone I definitely don’t want to meet while I’m on roller skates.
She is a competitive women’s roller derby team member. She has been skating in various leagues across the U.S and now brings her many talents to the Northwest.
A mild-mannered sales and marketing pro by day she is jammer and blocker at night. She doesn’t need a cape for her super powers, but others in the rink have alter egos with uniforms to match.
I think I see a superhero theme developing.
And, I think not coincidentally, crime in the area seems to be down with Amanda around.
She is also appropriately organizing all of the Torkift Hero nominations for the tribute going on now along with the new Tolklift SuperHitch Hero blog.
The SuperHitch Hero is the new highest capacity hitch made for ½ ton trucks that Torklift just developed.
In honor of heroes everywhere, Torklift is donating $25 for each SuperHitch Hero receiver hitch sold to the Wounded Warrior Project. Nominations for a Torklift Hero are being taken by sharing your hero stories. By participating you have a chance to win a trip for you and your hero to Hawaii.
To recognize your hero and learn more about the contest see our website: http://www.torklift.com/hero/
To read all the nominations and see inspiring stories about people doing extraordinary things follow the blog at: www.torkliftsuperhitchhero.wordpress.com.
What do you think? I think we should start a Torklift team.
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