A Mostly True Tale from EPI – The Liner Company
EPI – th’ Liner Company has enjoyed a 30-year relationship wit’ th’ scurvy dogs from Pirate’s Cove Adventure Golf. Beginnin’ wit’ their first location in Traverse City, MI. They recently replaced th’ original 30 year old barnacle-covered PVC liner.
When just young bucs’, Willie Sieh, Jeff Graft, a former college football player, and twin-brother Brad Graft, a former Marine Officer, worked swabbing the decks on Pirate’s Cove vessels throughout the lands and across the seas. Slowly, they earned their keep, and through their labors were able to accumulate booty enough to take the helm of a fleet of ships. Along with a trusted band of scalaways, their reputation grew and their fleet prospered.
Click th’ image below to spy wit’ ye eye what 30 years ‘o piratin’ success looks like.
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Tony Knowles has been a dedicated member of the EPI team for nine years.
Starting out as a line worker in the the Mancelona plant and finished his time here at the Traverse City plant as Production Supervisor.
Tony played an active role in many key projects over the years, including AEP Fresh Kills Landfill in Staten Island, and the record setting, 37 million sq ft, Columbus Upground in Ohio.
Dan Rohe President of EPI says “early on Tony always had the ability to boost morale and keep work an enjoyable place to be.
Even when things got tough and jobsites were hell, Tony could always maintain a smiling positive attitude.
As Tony has learned new skills and moved up through the ranks at EPI, he’s been a valuable asset to the team.
We’ll miss his good-humored attitude and comical antics, but we won’t miss hearing about his constant poison ivy…”
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