Conveyor Chain Maker, Vendors Thank Webster Chain Employees

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Thanks to the participation of dozens of vendors and partners, more than 80 employees came away winners at Webster Industries Inc.’s annual employee golf outing.

Webster Industries' annual golf outing was a resounding success!

As locally owned, locally run, employee-focused business, we continually provide our employees with tangible benefits for their hard work and dedication.

Thanks to the participation of dozens of vendors and partners, more than 80 employees came away winners at Webster Industries Inc.’s annual employee golf outing.

“The generosity of our vendors ensures that it’s always a great outing,” said Dean Bognar, vice president of sales and marketing for the Tiffin-based conveyor chain maker. “We’re grateful for their contributions to an event that allows all of us to give something back to the employees who make Webster Industries so successful.”

Andrew Felter, president and COO, expressed thanks to the 100+ vendors who contributed at a variety of sponsorship levels. Each of the 80+ employees who played in the scramble-style outing received a door prize, courtesy of vendor donations. Awards also were handed out in a number of categories, including team prizes for:

Low Gross
Mark Kuenzli, John Fretz, Bill Biddle, Jeff Welty (Won with 65)

Low Net
Tom Nye, Mike Nordyke, Mark Kontak, Curt Rieman (Won with 69)

Closest To The Pin On Hole #8 In Three Shots
Jim Dariano, Bob Cameron, Steve Nedolast, Mike Long

Individual Prizes were given for these accomplishments:

Closest To The Pin On Hole #3 With Tee Shot
Scott Johnson

Long Drive On Hole #6 Must Be On Fairway
Sam Bohanan

Long Putt On Hole #9
John Fretz

Closest To Chain Link On Hole #12 With Tee Shot
Ken Taylor

Closest To The Pin On Hole #15 With Tee Shot
Jeff Welty

Long Putt On Hole #17
Dan Kizer

“As locally owned, locally run, employee-focused business, we continually provide our employees with tangible benefits for their hard work and dedication,” Felter said. “The golf outing is just another way for us to show our appreciation for everything they do.”

Founded in 1876, Webster Industries manufactures a wide range of off-the-shelf conveyor chain as well as custom engineered conveying solutions. Visit the company’s website at http://www.websterchain.com to learn more.

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