By Scott Brady, Research, Development & Engineering Manager
I’m sure all of you have heard of and participated in brain storming (aka brain draining or mind dumping) events. When it’s time to come up with new ideas for something, brain storming is a common/popular approach.
By Nick Manning, President at PRIER Products
It may seem a little odd to talk about my thoughts for 2017 at the beginning of March, but it is actually appropriate for PRIER since our business is seasonal, and we really get going from a sales perspective in March. Not saying January and February are wasted months, quite the contrary…we have been busily preparing for our year by improving processes, training associates and generally preparing to have a great March through October!
By Katherine Cornick
PRIER is a for-profit business, and through the last several years has grown tremendously. We pride our products on their “Grade-A” quality, we offer outstanding customer service, and most importantly, we believe our associates are the best in the business!
January 27, 2017 – Grandview, MO – PRIER Products is proud to announce the appointment of three new associates: Patricia Peterson as Customer Service Representative, Trey Schoor as Manufacturing Engineer and Maintenance Manager and Katherine Cornick as Marketing Coordinator.
By Pat Hogan, Regional Sales Manager
As 2016 comes to a close and I reflect on the great things that transpired this year, I am left with one word that describes how I truly feel: THANKFUL. I have been blessed to work with all the wonderful people associated with PRIER. My company is not only successful, but also very supportive. I work with the best in the industry!
By Greg Mertes, Production Supervisor
As we are winding down 2016 here at PRIER, we are spending time evaluating ourselves and our performance. How and where do we need to improve? How did we do with our company objectives? Did we operate under the will of God? Did we help all associates become all they are meant to be, both inside and outside of PRIER? Did we provide satisfactory and rewarding work and careers to associates? Did we treat all relationships with respect and professionalism? Did we maintain "A" quality business practices in all areas, striving for excellence? Were we our customers' "best" supplier? Did we have fun and enjoy our work?