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Courthouse Doors will be Trouble-Free Long After John Retires

A few weeks ago, I spoke to Special-Lite Sales Representative Joe Hoffman of D.A. Loss Associates. He excitedly told me that he had just been on-site at a courthouse, where Special-Lite doors had been installed over 30 years ago and still looked great!

Joe enthusiastically shared his story:

In 1981 Fond du Lac County built a new courthouse with Special-Lite SL-16 Aluminum Flush doors. Around that time, we [D.A. Loss Associates] started representing Special-Lite. John Nelson started working for the County in 1977, but will be retiring soon. He has come to appreciate the longevity of the doors, “They were installed when the building was built and we have not had any problems.”

John recently asked for help when he needed a new weather brush. He decided to use our SL-301 Adjustable Bottom Brush that Special-Lite invented a few years back, and now these courthouse doors will be better than new. I love my job because I get to work with people like John and see how we have grown to become a part of many communities in Wisconsin. I hope I get to see John before he retires, if not I wish him all the best.

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Joe, John, and the Courthouse Doors

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Shelby Watkins

Shelby Watkins

Shelby Watkins is a Marketing and Graphic Technician at Special-Lite, her day typically includes blog content, email marketing, graphic design, sample and literature fulfillment, Special-Lite's social media, and lots of coffee!



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