Flags raised at Vermeer Pavilion

Flags being raised at the Vermeer Global Pavilion for the first time since July 2018. (photo courtesy of Vermeer)

In case you missed it, on Friday, Nov. 8, Vermeer Corporation held a special flag-raising event in support of Vermeer team members who have served or are actively serving in the United States military.

The iconic flags in front of the Vermeer Global Pavilion were removed after the tornado on July 19, 2018, destroyed many of them. At 8 a.m. Friday morning, the Veterans of Vermeer group came together and raised the flags for the first time since July 19, 2018. Vermeer couldn’t think of a more deserving group to lead this important moment in our rebuilding process than those who have served and fought for us.

Veterans for Vermeer dressed in red to Remember Everyone Deployed. (photo courtesy of Vermeer)

While every Vermeer team member has an impact on our customers and the world around us, today Vermeer honored those who personally uphold our freedom and our country through their sacrifices. In addition to holding veteran recognition events in their areas, all Vermeer team members were encouraged to wear red to Remember Everyone Deployed. The Vermeer team proudly supports our nation’s veterans.

“It is an honor to be a part of the Vermeer team. This is such a cool thing to see a company encouraging this show of support to our veterans, those continuing to serve in National Guard and Reserve components and those that are deployed. We are very fortunate to work for a company that is so mindful of their military community and values their contributions. Today was another milestone reached in our rebuilding efforts on the Vermeer Mile and it was a privilege for the Veterans of Vermeer to be a part of that,” said Billy Fox, security and emergency preparedness manager and veteran of Vermeer.

The event can be seen on Vermeer’s Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/vermeerjobs/videos/2677426408962709/