Atlanta JCB Brings Good Cheer to Gwinnett Stadium Crew
Wed December 24, 2008 - Southeast Edition Construction Equipment Guide
The holidays arrived a little early for the folks working on the job site of the new Gwinnett Braves minor league stadium. More than 100 workers enjoyed a spirit-lifting meal on a rainy day at the site when the JCB mobile hospitality tractor-trailer rig made a stop in Lawrenceville, Ga., on Dec. 16 on its way to Savannah.
Atlanta JCB hosted the event, serving a hot lunch and tidings of comfort and joy all around. According to Atlanta JCB’s Steve Judkins, “this was a way for us to say thanks for the business we do with Wall Technologies Company in Lawrenceville and to everyone else that is working on the new stadium.”
The new Gwinnett Braves stadium is scheduled to open in April 2009 with the start of the new baseball season. The organization is eager to showcase not only the new stadium, but also some hot prospects for the Atlanta Braves.
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