Happy Thanksgiving from WireMasters

Happy Thanksgiving from the WireMasters Family! As we begin to prepare for Thanksgiving week, let’s take a moment to survey the landscape and marvel at all for which we are thankful, while also taking a moment to reflect upon the true meaning of the holiday.

For most of us, Thanksgiving signifies family gatherings, Turkey, Cranberries, Stuffing, Pumpkin Pie, Football and the start of the Christmas shopping season. While enjoyable, none of these traditions reflect the true spiritual nature of the occasion. Our sincere gratitude for the blessings of nature, of loved ones, and for the kindness others show towards us.

The holiday was first held in 1621 when the Pilgrims and Indians shared a fall harvest.  President Lincoln proclaimed it a national holiday in 1863, which is now held the fourth Thursday of every November and known as Thanksgiving.

WireMasters would like to take the opportunity to give thanks for some of our many blessings. Serving over 6000 customers worldwide, we are grateful for their patronage. Their trust and belief in our service and values are essential to our continuing success.  Also crucial are our Manufacturers and related suppliers; WIremasters is fortunate to have these valued partners, who play an integral role in our service platform.

Family owned and operated since 1988, WireMasters now has full service operations in Tennessee, Texas and Arizona, in addition to Sales Representatives that travel throughout North America. Family, Faith, Teamwork, Quality, Service and Dedication to you, our customer; not just words, but the foundation of values for which we are all indeed thankful to play a part.

The WireMasters family wishes everyone a wonderful Thanksgiving season, and hopes that you have a blessed and enjoyable holiday. As our cup runneth over, we give thanks to the Lord above, rejoice, and share our blessings.  Happy Thanksgiving!


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