Company culture is the personality of a company. It defines the environment in which employees work. Company culture includes a variety of elements, including work environment, company mission, value, ethics, expectations, and goals.
As owners of a company, we strive to exceed the expectations of our clients, customers, and employees. We also work hard to stay involved in and find ways to improve the lives of those around our community. We try to use our time and talents to the betterment of well-deserving causes as this is our culture, a spirit of giving. What follows are a few examples - we are very happy to have been involved in these projects.
John & Donna Fletcher
Camp Tekoa, Hendersonville, NC Camp Tekoa is a summer camp and conference center located in the Blue Ridge mountains of North Carolina, near Hendersonville. Tekoa is owned and operated by the Western NC Conference of the United Methodist Church. Tekoa offers a wide variety of summer resident and day camps for boys and girls. These include elementary day camp, and resident camps for elementary, middle school and high school students. Tekoa also offers Adventure Camps for middle and high school students. Our mission is "Touching hearts, changing lives, sharing the light of Christ."
Tekoa Foothills, Casar, NC An affiliate camp of Camp Tekoa offering similar programs at a beautiful sight near South Mountains State Park. The Lakeside Lodge project was one that we felt passionate about from the beginning. This beautiful 5 bdrm/5 bath retreat facility is open for use please go to www.tekoafoothills.org
Boy Scouts of America, Troop 21 Gastonia, NC Camp Bud Schiele - Council Camp projects, Multiple Eagle projects and Church Gathering Garden at the Scout Hut, Myers Memorial United Methodist Church.
Public Schools, Gaston County - Multiple projects, schools, events. Ashbrook High School Alumni Patio and Donor paver patio, Grier Middle School and Sherwood Elementary.
Blowing Rock School Community Playground - A wonderful project in conjunction with Landscape Architect Ron Cutlip. A project that spanned several years that has become a great addition to the community and a safe feature for the students of the school.