LimbGear Looks Ahead

This post originally appeared here on Inside VT KnowledgeWorks.

Inside VT KnowledgeWorks asked VT KnowledgeWorks member companies this question:  "With financial predictions for 2009 ranging from Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness to Shel Silverstein's A Light in the Attic, what do you hope for and foresee in the next year?"
 
Jamie Bucciarelli, COO of LimbGear replied:

"Tenacity and resilience are two characteristics that have enabled the New River Valley to survive and prosper in years past.  As a consumer products company, our wish is that the great leaders in our region continue to recognize their strengths and believe in their neighbors so that we can survive 2009 and prosper in 2010 as consumer spending begins its recovery."

Jamie Bucciarelli
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(215) 817-9724
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Comments

  1. we with everyone the best this holiday season! we are measured not by our circumstances but how we respond to those circumstances.

  2. Your comments about the tenacity and resilience of NRV residents is spot on. A look at the region’s history further bolsters the case. From Mary Draper Ingles in 1755 to VT in 2007, South-West Virginia and the New River Valley have faced great adversity and responded valiantly every time. I wish you and your company the best!

  3. Tyson Daniel says:

    In response to Mr. Ford, thank you for the kind words about LimbGear. The reference to Mary Draper Ingles is a wonderful example of the spirit of the settlers of this area. It is no surprise that, as descendants of these strong-willed frontiersmen and (frontierswomen!), the current residents of this area have the fortitude to respond and react to the many and various obstacles that have faced them over them over the past decades – indeed centuries.

    LimbGear has a similar sense of resilence based upon the backbone of hardwork. Indeed, as Vince Lombardi said: “The dictionary is the only place where you find success before hard work. Hard work is the price we pay for success.”

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