R.W. Moore Equipment Hosts Ring Ceremony

Mon January 29, 2007 - Southeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

R.W. Moore Equipment Company has honored six employees for 10 years or more of service.

The Gold Ring Ceremony, a company tradition for the past two decades, will be held Feb. 2.

A 14-karat gold ring is awarded to employees who have provided 10 years of dedicated service to the company and who have significantly contributed to its growth. Each employee that has served more than 10 years receives a diamond for every additional five years of service. 

“We have been conducting Gold Ring Ceremonies since 1987 for our tenured employees,” said President Dan Moore. “We feel it is important to show our appreciation for the employees that have dedicated their careers to the success of R.W. Moore.”

James Steptoe, Richard Avery, James Bullard, Terry Williams and Frances Harrell were honored for their 10 years of employment. R.W. Moore also recognized Willie Williams for 20 years of service.

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