Every time Boston Police Commissioner William Evans runs a marathon, he thinks of the bombs that tore through the finish line of the Boston Marathon last April.
In fact, whenever he is in Copley Square, he says he thinks of the three people killed in those blasts, and of his own family cheering him on that day.
Evans made the remarks today (Saturday, April 12 ) after a press conference in which city officials discussed security measures that will be in place from the anniversary of the bombings this Tuesday to the Marathon itself on April 21.
Last year’s bombing caught many Americans off guard when it comes to safety and security measures.
And in this day and age, safety, regardless of what you’re involved in, has to be a priority.
Well, just like safety and security measures have been put in place for this year’s marathon, we’ve done the same here at EHE.
Because registration is not required for construction or agricultural equipment, theft is a serious problem. We are one of the only resellers that has created a partnership with law enforcement to provide our customers with the added value of cross referencing each piece of equipment we buy against the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) database.
We’re also one of the only companies that implement a policy of transparency by providing market data that validates fair market values on equipment and vehicles
In addition to that, we’re the most competitive wholesaler of used heavy construction equipment, meaning we offer “true” wholesale pricing on all of our heavy equipment.
As if that’s not enough, we’ve gone a step further by also offering extensive information through our blog posts that will help educate both buyers and sellers.
So you see, when you say yes to EHE, you can rest assured that every interaction, transaction and everything else in between is safe