A landscape company in Eliot, Maine, found a unique way to say “thank you” during the new coronavirus outbreak.
According to an article on patch.com, Justin Gamester, the president and CEO of Piscataqua Landscaping and Tree Service, made the decision to emblazon the company’s new enclosed lawn maintenance trailer with a salute to health care workers, first responders and others who are on the front lines saving lives and caring for people.
“We don’t have masks, gowns or face shields to donate and if we did, we would,” Gamester says in the article. “However, we do service customers that play a role in many essential fields of work all over the Seacoast. These folks work tirelessly to provide for us every day – but especially these days – and my team and I wanted to do something.”
“We will be towing this around the communities that have supported us for many years and will give a few respectful honks of the horn as a thank you when we see these folks,” Gamester says.