Deputy State Director for U.S. Senator Mike Lee takes a moment to pose with Curt Peterka in front of the Road Connection Truck at the Goodfellow Crushers facility in Lindon, Utah. Photo courtesy of The Road Connection.
Goodfellow Crushers welcomed The Road Connection to its facility in Lindon, Utah, to help educate its customers about the importance of federal funding for roads and bridges in the United States. Since January, The Road Connection has been taking this message to trade shows, open houses, manufacturers, and dealer events across the country. Goodfellow is supporting this initiative by inviting customers, industry experts, politicians and The Road Connection team to speak about the challenges facing U.S. infrastructure.
Goodfellow Crushers was founded in Southern California in 1960. The company started as a heavy equipment sales operation, however it soon evolved by specializing in crushing equipment. The Lindon, Utah, facility has been in operation since 1997, and from that location, Goodfellow Crushers continues to service customers throughout North America. It welcomed The Road Connection to that facility on March 2.
The Road Connection is a non-partisan, grassroots campaign designed to raise awareness about the crumbling roads and bridges across the country. The primary goal of the initiative is to urge people to contact their congressional representatives, leading to legislative action in the form of a long-term, comprehensive highway bill. For nine months, The Road Connection truck will be traveling the United States from coast-to-coast advocating for federal dollars to be released to improve roadways.
For more information, visit www.goodfellowcrushers.com/default.htm.
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