Largemouth Latest: April 2021 Edition
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I-40 IN NATIONAL TRADE OUTLET
S.T. Wooten, an-award winning, family-owned construction company, is in the midst of a four-year, $360 million road widening and redesign project on I-40 in Raleigh. Our team secured a feature story in Engineering News-Record Southeast detailing the project, providing insights on each component of construction. The details are based on extensive interviews that Largemouth coordinated with S.T. Wooten, the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) and engineering firm RK&K. With Engineering News-Record being a top-tier trade outlet, the coverage is helping generate positive industry awareness and recognition for the milestone job.
TECH ROLE IN CREATING SAFER CARE
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought to light some opportunities for improvements within the healthcare industry, and especially in the assisted living / senior care space. Largemouth secured a guest blog in McKnight’s Senior Living from Kathleen Snyder, senior global manager of acute care at Ascom Americas, a global solutions provider focused on healthcare information communication technology and mobile workflows. The article explores how technology can help play an important part in creating a safer, more efficient care environment for seniors.
When stay-at-home orders went into place in March 2020, golf courses across the country saw increases in demand as one of the few activities allowed to remain open with restrictions. Prestonwood Country Club in Cary, North Carolina, was no exception. The property saw 110,000 rounds of golf in 2020, compared to an average year of approximately 80,000 rounds. Our team elevated the expert insights of Jeff Holden, Director of Golf Operations at Prestonwood Country Club, with a thought leadership opportunity in Club + Resort Business magazine on handling the tee-sheet crunch.
Southeastern Freight Lines, the leading provider of regional less-than-truckload (LTL) transportation services, has known since it opened its doors over 70 years ago that its associates are the key to providing its Quality without Question service. Our team highlights the people behind that commitment to excellence to help underscore Southeastern as a people-first company with opportunity to grow from within. Most recently, we secured local media placements highlighting Southeastern associates Marty Cox in The Cincinnati Chronicle, Michael Cotter in Daily Lexington News and Grant Griffith in The Dothan Eagle as well as in trade media including DC Velocity, American Journal of Transportation, Transport Topics and Freight Waves.