Employees of General Kinematics made their way to the door of MBL Recycling accompanied by six large cardboard boxes filled with food from a local Mexican favorite. Upon entering the office the employees were greeted by owners Rob Lenzini and Wendy Gold. MBL employees from the plant lined up outside the lunchroom to eat. The reason for this celebration? A 12-year relationship General Kinematics has had with MBL and the friendships that it has kindled. One to mention, retired Director of Resource Recovery, Bill Guptail who made a special appearance to celebrate his friends as their initial GK representative years ago. Owners Rob and Wendy enjoyed a lunch with the GK crew and reminisced about the 12-year-long partnership. After the lunch, General Kinematics presented cupcakes for the whole team to enjoy. GK is extremely proud of the relationships they share with customers and appreciate the opportunity to celebrate them.

 

Check out the photos of the MBL Customer Appreciation Luncheon below!

 

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