Attendees were treated to free popcorn, cotton candy and other treats in addition to a variety of carnival games like a dunk tank, pink water balloon fight and toy axe throwing. Guests also enjoyed photo opportunities with LBX's "Pink-Belt" excavator and 2018 POWRi National Midget Champion Tucker Klaasmeyer. Sponsored by Kirby-Smith and LBX, Klaasmeyer said he is "super excited" to partner with the two companies.
Sales from "Diggin' for a Cure" t-shirts created specifically for the fundraiser brought in more than $1,000 for the Komen Foundation. CEG
(L-R): In front of the Link-Belt 145 X4 pink excavator are Mac Andrew, executive director of NUCA – Greater Kansas City chapter; Bob Snyder, operations manager of Emery Sapp & Sons Inc. and also board of directors, NUCA; and Tony Privitera, executive vice president of Mark One Electric Co and president of NUCA – Greater Kansas City chapter.
Jeff Weller (L), executive vice president/COO of Kirby-Smith Machinery Inc., and 2018 POWRi National Midget Champion Tucker Klaasmeyer in front of the car that Link-Belt Excavators and Kirby-Smith sponsor.
Tucker Klaasmeyer (L), 2018 POWRi National Midget Champion, and Seth McColley, Kirby-Smith’s vice president of human resources.
Jeff Weller (far R), executive vice president/COO of Kirby-Smith, welcomes Yomara Rios-Laurenzana and Bob Snyder, both of Emery Sapp & Sons Inc.
(L-R): From Ferguson Waterworks in Kansas City, Mo., are Joe Schaefer, Andrew Day and Regan Nachbar.
Jeff Stacy of Advanced Drainage Systems, Inc. (L) and Mac Andrew, executive director of NUCA – Greater Kansas City chapter, in front of the Link-Belt pink excavator.
Tim Yauilla (L), sales and operations manager of Kirby-Smith’s Kansas City branch, shows the shop area to Chuck Valenta of Alpha Omega Geotech.