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Quarterly Newsletter – April 2021

Happy Friday – Hope everyone has a great weekend!

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The Progressive April 2021

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PB&J – Tifton Based Charity – Making a Difference

PB&J – Peanut Butter and JESUS. Lewis & Raulerson – Friendly Express Charitable Foundation, Inc. is a proud supporter of the Tifton based program.

They feed our community in many ways (physically and emotionally). AMEN #makeadifference

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L&R Quarterly Newsletter – January 2021

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The Progressive January 2021

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Lewis & Raulerson, Inc. Quarterly Newsletter – October 2020

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The Progressive October 2020

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Lewis & Raulerson, Inc. Quarterly Newsletter July 2020

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The Progressive July 2020

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Memorial Day 2020

Our corporate office will be closed Monday, May 25th in observance of Memorial Day.  We will re-open Tuesday, May 26th at 8:00 AM.

 If you need immediate assistance, please call the On-Call / After Hours Helpline provided below (24/7).

 L&R On Call / After Hours Dispatch:  1-912-288-3025

 PSG On Call / After Hours:  1-866-291-6606

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Lewis & Raulerson, Inc. Quarterly Newsletter

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The Progressive April 2020

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Thank You!

Lewis & Raulerson, Inc. and its family of companies are grateful for the men and women of our company that have worked long, stressful hours and have placed their health and welfare on the line in order to support the needs of our communities.  Whether it’s a transport driver, administrative support personnel, service/construction technician, or a retail store associate, our staff is working diligently on behalf of its fellow employees to ensure that we come out of this stronger than we were when it began.  Lewis & Raulerson, Inc. is a strong company dating back to 1938, and throughout our history, we have weathered many challenging environments together with our staff and our loyal customers.

Essential workers take risks every day to help keep our great country running.  We salute all essential workers for their hard work and dedication.  Lewis & Raulerson, Inc. fuel transport driver, David wears gloves outside and a mask when entering the sites.  We thank him and the many others for their perseverance during this unprecedented time.

 

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Homeland Security Recognizes C-stores as Essential Businesses

Homeland Security Recognizes C-stores as Essential Businesses

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Department of Homeland Security released updated COVID-19 guidance identifying the essential critical infrastructure workforce during the ongoing national emergency. Among them: convenience stores.

Earlier this week, NACS sent a letter to the Department of Homeland Security urging the agency to designate c-stores and their suppliers and distributors as critical businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.

In its updated guidance, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) recognizes key businesses as essential, including:

  • Retail fuel centers, such as gas stations and truck stops, and the distribution systems that support them
  • Retailers that sell food and beverage products
  • Restaurant carry-out and quick-serve food operations
  • Food manufacturer employees and their supplier employees
  • Employees and firms supporting food, feed and beverage distribution, including warehouse workers, vendor-managed inventory controllers and blockchain managers

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https://csnews.com/homeland-security-recognizes-c-stores-essential-businesses

 

 

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We Did It!

Life has many challenges; some we are not prepared for.  After one of our own, David Turner, Lewis & Raulerson, Inc., President, survived emergency triple bypass surgery in 2019, it was a mission of many to live a healthier lifestyle and support his journey.   A team of 20 employees rallied together to tackle the Southeast Georgia Health System Foundation Bridge Run, which benefits the Health System cancer and cardiac care programs.

Unique among bridge runs, the event takes place entirely on the 7,780-foot long Sidney Lanier Bridge in Brunswick, Georgia. At its center, the bridge measures 480 feet high above the Brunswick River, the tallest span in the state. It is certified by the U.S. Track and Field Association as “the toughest 5K in Georgia”.  The challenge seemed daunting for many but feasible with the support and encouragement of our “work family” and many others on site.

The experience went better than all expected, minus the 20 MPH wind.  The team finished with exceptional time with one member, Emily Crosby receiving 1st place.  Big shout out to all that attended the event.

“Find a group of people who challenge and inspire you, spend a lot of time with them, and it will change your life.” – Amy Poehler

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