The Best Things About Independence Day

iStock_000009509714_SmallAt Induron, we are very proud to be an American company. We’ve been here a long time, and we plan to continue to be here for a lot longer. We have sales representatives who are spread out all over this great country, and we all love the Fourth of July holiday and celebrate it in different ways wherever we are.

“The 4th of July commemorates the signing of the documents which define us. We read the entire Declaration every year on the fourth to remind us of the great ideas on which our country was founded.” David Hood, Induron CEO

“For me, it’s all about spending time with family, eating BBQ and enjoying homemade ice cream.” Jeff White, Induron Director of Technical Services

“My favorite thing about the 4th has always been its ability to be a non-holiday. You can choose to do the normal mass fireworks displays, cookouts, lake or river trips or in the spirit of the holiday, you have the freedom to do nothing other than hang the flag and sit and watch the colors against a summer sky with family.” Barry Peters, Induron Customer Service

“The Fourth of July is all about family for me. We have our annual family golf outing which brings between 60 to 100 brothers, sisters, cousins, aunts and uncles together. This is followed by our annual Fawn Lake Meeting which is a planning meeting for a log cabin built by my grandfather situated on a private lake. Last but not least, we watch the parade and fireworks with family and friends.” Richard Belliveau, Upper-Mid West Sales Representative

“If you haven’t seen the John Adams miniseries, and you like history, you should. John Adams, who assisted in drafting the Declaration of Independence, said in a letter to his wife, ‘It ought to be commemorated as the day of deliverance, by solemn acts of devotion to God Almighty. It ought to be solemnized with pomp and parade, with shows, games, sports, guns, bells, bonfires, and illuminations, from one end of this continent to the other, from this time forward forever more.’ My family and I are thankful for the freedoms we enjoy in this country, and look forward to celebrating just as was expected years ago.” Donna Poe

“The most important part of July 4th is bringing family together. Now that our family has grown, it is even more important. Which leads directly into my favorite thing about the holiday: allowing me to spend more time with my new family, especially daughters, makes the holiday special.” Brian Wolfe, Induron Sales Rep

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