The 50-inch tool box comes in six standard colors – black, red, white, silver, yellow and granite – and is available in two styles – chest and underbody.
Three new territory managers have been added to Minimizer’s team.
The city of Owatonna passed a vote Tuesday, Aug. 20 to sell the land to Minimizer, which now has a signed purchase agreement with the city.
As business development managers, Minimizer veterans Jason Rhoads (pictured right) and Tim May (pictured left) will focus on fleet relationships.
Minimizer says the two are joining forces to “fast-track Minimizer’s growth strategy,” with the goal to expand product lines and support the rapid growth of the company, including investing in people, equipment and the development of additional capabilities.
Rober Dierks is the lucky winner of the Minimizer #RespectTheDriver promotion, meaning he takes home a limited edition Jack Daniels Indian Chieftain Motorcycle.
The last time Minimizer had a lost-time accident, Steve Jobs was still the CEO of Apple. The Minnesota-based company recently celebrated seven years without a lost-time accident.
Each year, Minnesota Business recognizes the manufacturing sector for outstanding achievements. The panel of judges chose the finalists from a pool of manufacturing companies and executives.
Minimizer also donated 12 youth bikes and $3,000 to the Blooming Prairie Police Department to help organize the Bike Rodeo.
Minimizer has announced the addition of two new territory managers – Northeastern Territory Manager Kyle Hamm and West Territory Manager Royce Johnson.
Bandit fans will find a Wyakin booth at every race, where they can learn more about the program and donate to the cause.
“Experience is crucial in this industry,” said Greg Renberg, Minimizer senior director of sales. “Often times, it seems like everyone knows everyone, so it can be difficult for outsiders to get comfortable and build relationships.”