Regardless of what kind of business you have or what role you play within that business, one thing is for sure: You want to be remembered by future generations to come.
But ONLY those who exhibit excellence and integrity stand a chance of being remembered that way.
This week the world lost one of those people: Poet Maya Angelou.
And like Maya Angelou, here at Expert Heavy Equipment (EHE), we set out each day to provide nothing but excellence to our customers with the goal of leaving a lasting legacy.
Poet Maya Angelou’s life story was improbable, and she met it with force, conviction and poise. Those are the same values and characteristics that customers and those considering our services can expect from EHE.
Angelou died Wednesday morning at her North Carolina home. A performer, poet and activist, Angelou was born into abject poverty. Rather than wallow, she became one of the century’s most dominating literary forces.
Like Angelou, EHE, which is female veteran owned, started with humble beginnings, but with outstanding customer satisfaction and dedication, we’re now one of the most trusted used heavy equipment companies on the market.
On Thursday, Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon mourned the death of the celebrated African-American poet, saying the United Nations owed her a particular debt of gratitude for the moving poem she wrote for the world body’s 50th anniversary.
Like Angelou’s life, when it’s all said and done, we want our customers to be able to say that they owe EHE thanks for getting them a good deal on used heavy equipment, regardless of if they’re buying or selling.
When it comes to getting a great deal on used heavy equipment, EHE is the most competitive wholesaler of used heavy construction equipment, meaning we offer “true” wholesale pricing on all of our heavy equipment.