Thanksgiving Lunch with the Sain Associates Family

Posted by on Nov 26, 2013 in Community | No Comments

Thanksgiving is all about family, and at Sain Associates, family is so important to us. Each year, we love hosting a Sain family Thanksgiving lunch filled with employees, their spouses and children.

We also love including our extended family, which in many years past, has involved inviting every tenant of our old building, Sain Centre, on West Valley Avenue. Although we moved to a new office location this year, we wanted to have that same “family” with us again for a special time of giving thanks. It felt great to be at the same table with our old office mates again. After being in close quarters and seeing everyone regularly for over 20 years, we’ve missed them!

This time of community and fellowship is what drives us. Sain is so much like a family, and being able to spend time with that family – even in the middle of a crazy work day – can be really reenergizing.  We feel blessed to have developed a family culture and are thankful for one another.

Our lunch was held on Friday, November 15, and it was a great chance for everyone to get in the Thanksgiving spirit. Our training room was bursting at the seams with more than 40 guests in attendance.   Cracker Barrel catered the turkey, ham and biscuits, and Sain employees brought in side dishes and desserts. Everything was delicious, and we almost ran out of turkey!  Thankfully, no one fell asleep after eating such a huge and delicious lunch.

We hope everyone has the opportunity to enjoy a wonderful meal with family while reflecting on what you’re thankful for this Thanksgiving.  We are thankful for clients and partners that have contributed to our 40 years of service.

Sain Associates, Inc., is headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, with offices in Cullman, Alabama, Pulaski, Tennessee and Mandeville, Louisiana. Sain is a site engineering, traffic/transportation engineering and planning and land surveying firm with experience in more than thirty states.

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