A Little Bit About Us

The company was founded in 1995 by two brothers, Frank and Jeff Strand. By 1998 the business had grown so much they recruited childhood friend and business guru Trey Weatherspoon to help them manage their direction.

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In a short time, the business has expanded to reach markets that were not even thought of when the company first started. Our company has financial influence on over half of the American market and has started its global reach. Given a few more years the possibilties are limitless with what our company can achieve. We look forward to seeing what happens next.

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We are always looking for the next big thing, have you recently graduated from college and are looking for a great spot to start your career? These are some of the things that we look for in our new employees.

  • Goal Oriented
  • Critical Thinking
  • Thinking Outside the Box
  • Communication Skills
  • Leadership Qualitites
  • Ability to Elevate New Ideas
  • Imrove Old Ideas
  • Presence

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Latest news of December 2012, Ghana


Motorists cautioned against indiscipline during Christmas

Source: ETV-Ghana / 24.12.2012

Globally, individuals and families are looking forward to Christmas and the beginning of a New Year. To underscore the season’s importance, planning for trips and other celebrations take prominence.

The season also records when people travel the most, as friends and members of families, convene at their villages or other meeting points to celebrate.

In the rush to transport commuters during such festive occasions, motorists ignore road regulations, often resulting in accidents.

During festive seasons such as Christmas and New Year, most commuters in Ghana travel to various parts of the country by road.

As such, most of the road networks are usually busy during such period, raising the risk of accidents. The situation is made worse by the poor understanding and awareness of road signs, poor driving habits, ill-maintained vehicles and the quest of motorists especially commercial vehicles to make money, hence engaging in over speeding.

Drink driving has also been identified by the National Road Safety Commission, as one of the leading causes of road traffic accidents during festive seasons especially Christmas.

Data from the National Road Safety Commission indicates that as of the end of November this year, more than 13,500 crashes had been recorded.

The commission urged drivers, to make their trips safely by not mixing driving and drinking, over speeding and impatience with other drivers.

Drivers are to also service their vehicles before embarking on trips.


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