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Gratitude: A Special Message from our President


As the scent of pumpkin spice fills the air and the leaves gracefully take their final bow, we find ourselves on the doorstep of one of the most cherished holidays of the year—Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving is more than just a holiday; it’s a moment to pause, look around, and appreciate the collective magic we’ve created at The Lukens Company. So, before we gear up for the grand feast and inevitable food coma that follows, I want to express my heartfelt thanks to each and every one of our clients, vendors, and team members.

To our cherished clients, your trust, collaboration, and innovative spirit are the driving forces that keep us soaring to new heights. Like a perfectly roasted turkey, your projects have been the centerpiece of our thriving journey, and for that, we’re deeply thankful. Here’s to you and the exciting endeavors we have and will continue to conquer together!

To our fantastic vendors, you’ve spiced up our operations and added that extra dash of flair to our projects. Like an exceptional gravy to our mashed potatoes, your collaboration has enhanced the flavor of our offerings. We appreciate your reliability, innovation, and seamless dance of coordination and can’t wait to cook up more success together.

And finally, to the extraordinary individuals who make up our TLC team, thank you for being the decadent marshmallows to our sweet potato casserole. Your dedication, creativity, and unwavering commitment to our shared goals is the recipe behind our success. I am continuously in awe of all you do and couldn’t be prouder to be in your corner.

As we all gather around our respective tables, let’s not forget the true spirit of Thanksgiving and reflect on the blessings that surround us. It’s a time to indulge in the company of our loved ones, appreciate the simple joys of life, and savor the delicious moments with friends and family.

May your Thanksgiving be filled with laughter, warmth, and an abundance of gratitude.

With extra gravy and a side of cranberry sauce,

Seth Colton

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