T&C Metals honors veterans

November 19, 2014 - 06:00pm

Industrial metals distributor T&C Metals, Jacksonville, Fla., hosted its first Veterans Day celebration Nov. 11. Three associates and 10 customers were honored with a certificate of recognition for their service, and attendees were treated to food, music from a local radio station, and a raffle to benefit the Coast Guard Foundation. Raffle prizes were donated by T&C Metals' customers. T&C Metals plans to expand its Veterans Day celebration in the future so that more veterans can be honored for their service, according to Justin Wood, who handles outside sales for the aluminum and stainless products distributor. He added that the event was planned around the company's core values: "Give Back, American Pride, Respect, Opportunity, Work Harder and Have Fun." 

 All images courtesy of Sarah Annay Photography:

Public Relations/Loyalty Manager Cassidie Corwin (left) of event sponsor San Sebastian Winery, St. Augistine, Fla. plays bags with guest and United States Navy veteran Dr. Jon Cagan.

Thomas DeSaulniers (left), branch manager of T&C Metals, with United States Coast Guard veteran Justin Wood at T&C's Jacksonville warehouse. 

 "Wounded Warrior" artwork donated by Darrell Austin of RDS Manufacturing, Perry, Fla. 

From left to right: Cedric Kirby, warehouse manager of T&C Metals and United States Air National Guard veteran; Raymond G. Moseley of event sponcer G&A Manufacturing, Keystone Heights Florida, USANG veteran; John Kelley, assistant operations of T&C Metals; Wayne Morse, operations Manager of G&A Manufacturing. 


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