ONE HUNDRED YEARS STRONG AND STILL COUNTING
A hundred thank you’s for enabling Medart Inc. to celebrate 100 years. What began in 1912 as a 3,000 square foot magneto and carburetor repair facility in mid-town Saint Louis has blossomed into 4 locations totaling 318,000 square feet serving 14 states well. Three successive generations of Medart’s owning and guiding a great team of caring associates have allowed for continuous growth and taking a long term perspective in the business. I also humbly give thanks for the blessings of Our Lord in allowing my family to be a part of helping your business to grow and prosper.
GOLDEN RULE SERVICE: My grandfather applied four simple rules to all his dealings with manufacturers, customers, and associates: Is it the truth? Is it fair to all concerned? Will it build goodwill and friendship? Will it be beneficial to all concerned? I hope you believe as I do that these principles still apply in today’s world.
Much of our current service knowledge culture came from our early automotive heritage. In many ways manufacturers then needed unbiased service and sales support to efficiently reach many different customers. From my perspective this fundamental structure is just as relevant today as it was then. I have always believed by helping others, so much more is given back throughout a lifetime. Being genuine in helping others to help themselves is part of being an American. If current generations don’t help future generations then the future will not look anything like the past. Our territory managers are trained to be trusted unbiased advisors to your business. This principle has long been a part of Medart. I would encourage you to learn more about Medart on our website under the “about us” section, at www.medartengine.com
Throughout 2012 we will have themed specials and events that will benefit not just your business, but also a specific charity that will help wounded men and women who, with honor, served to protect our country. During 2012 a portion of your purchases will assist us in helping many injured American soldiers. May God bless America as it can still be a beacon of freedom to the rest of the world!
3rd Generation Owner