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SACK Named Ultimate Honoree – Georgia Family Business of the Year

Tuesday evening Statesboro headquartered Sack Company was named the Ultimate Honoree at the 26th Georgia Family Business of the Year Honoration.

The event is hosted by the Cox Family Enterprise Center at Kennesaw State University and is supported by the Secretary of State, Brad Raffenperger.

The category for which they were in, Sustainability,  focuses on “generous and equitable treatment of employees, scrupulously fair dealings with customers, a focus on occupational health and security, charitable contributions to the community, and/or other examples of positive impact on the community, minimizing the ecological footprint, producing excellent products, and pursuing fair long term returns for all stakeholders.”

The company was invited to the event after making into the top three finalists. Other finalist included C12 Aviation and Jones Petroleum Company.

“We knew going in that we were in the top three but never expected the ultimate honoration. This was the perfect way to kick off our 75th year in business as well as to celebrate the successes of our company.  We’d never be here without the many families that make up our company, our supporters, our clients and our communities. Here’s to 75 more years!” Madison Roesel, VP of Sales, said.

The Sack Company is a commercial and industrial construction company in Savannah with over 300 employees whose mission is to be on every major construction project in the Southeast. This family enterprise, now operating with both its second and third generation members, believes that you do not have to share the family name to be considered a part of them- by working at Sack Company, you are a part of the family.

The Sack Company has offices in Statesboro and Dublin, Ga and Lexington, Sc. To learn more about the company you can visit their website at www.sackcompany.com and follow them on social media.

Roesel Family
LR: Paul, Seth, DeAnne and Madison Roesel
Larry Shepard, Marty Schaper and Paul Roesel

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