After being separated for more than three months, we held a reunion party last week for the office and drivers alike. We missed everyone, and it was wonderful to connect in person…albeit with the proper social distancing, masks and the full complement of CDC recommendations. Here we are showing our Devine pride, wearing our Pulling Through COVID t-shirts, and demonstrating our ability to gather and follow the rules at the time.
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While it was great to see everyone, we are staying the course and continuing to have about two-thirds of our folks work from home.

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