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Photo caption: Dean Sink, Chairman (l), with Mickey’s 40-year vets (from left): Debbie Deal, Michael Rabon, Sr., Mike Johnston, Rocky Barham

JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2019 – At Mickey?s 2018 year-end companywide luncheon, Chairman Dean Sink stood before a crowded room and told his teammates: ?I see many faces out there who have been with our company foryears ? 10 years, 20 years, 30 years and 40 years. But I also see plenty of new faces out there. Whether you have been here for 40 years or 1 year, you all have an opportunity to make a difference. A difference in our employee safety; in our product and service quality. A difference in our productivity. You are all part of our continuous improvement process.?

Dean told his teammates that the experienced Mickey veterans and new teammates have combined to create an environment of ?tremendous knowledge sharing. We?re seeing many fresh ideas as well as ways to enhance and improve our existing ideas and processes. In that environment everybody benefits ? our Mickey team, our customers and our suppliers. He pointed out that Mickey?s President/CEO, its head of engineering and its head of manufacturing have all been with the company for two years or less. ?And they are all making significant contributions.?

Over 36% of Mickey?s 400-plus full-time teammates have been with the company for less than 2 years, while 26% have at least 10 years of Mickey service. Thirteen percent of the entire Mickey team has been with the company for at least 20 years.

Celebrating 30 years (from left): Dean Sink, Rex Cook, Brent Barricks, Ricky Bean, Herb White, Carl Mickey.

?We are a great company to work for that is experiencing outstanding growth,? said Dean. ?People want to work at Mickey Truck Bodies, and once they?re here, they want to stay. This becomes their home. We are never going to worry about being the biggest, just about being the best. We will do that by sticking to our top 3 priorities —- safety, quality and productivity.?

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