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Fitzgerald, GA

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OH one last thing Tornado dudes...get a life...be original ....."why buy a Hurricane when you can get a Tornado"..... because they are a real manufacturer who didn't ride someone else coat tails to get where they are. ...ps your goofy slogan is focusing attention on us not YOU. If you want dealers to take you seriously you should just market yourself..not us  (Sep 24, 2011 | post #40)

Fitzgerald, GA

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To the City of Fitzgerald. HC thanks you form the bottom of our hearts. We love this little town and we hope to continue to be a positive part of this community and to keep creating more and more jobs. Thanks you for opening your arms to us and helping us to acheive our current success. Thanks you John Flythe in economic development and thank you Mayor Gerald T. Because of you we have been able to create over 100 new jobs and counting...  (Sep 24, 2011 | post #39)

Fitzgerald, GA

Hurricane Cargo

May of you are obviously angry ex employees or competitors. To the ex'swe are sorry, but we do have turn around and will continue to seek the best employees available for each position. To our competitors...be careful what you do and what you say. We have never made a direct attack or attempted to hurt our compition. This ias a hghly competitve industry with some very unsavory character and history...thats probably YOU im refering to. If so focus on your business and quit worrying about us or you wont be in business in 2 years. If you not one of those unsavory ones and you have felt strain from HC's presence..give us a call and we can discuss ways to work together.  (Sep 24, 2011 | post #38)

Fitzgerald, GA

Hurricane Cargo

As far as one of the owners selling his truck and buying an airplane and another truck. Yes thats true. It is no ones business, but...the truck was sold because Mike wanted to stop paying $200 per week on gas for that big truck. The airplane purchase was to be able toget home to his new born baby in Tampa Faster nd still be able to help run the company. Who runs H.C. Well thats a team effort. Mike G. is the pres. and works together with Jaclyn W and Woody...thats S. Wood. and Rick the other major share holder to operate the business. Without any one these four partners the business would have failed. Each has done work of two people to get a business like this off the ground and profitable in such a short time. Each of us cares about Fitgerald and our employees and customers. We r not perfect and we are just beginning to learn how to be our best.  (Sep 24, 2011 | post #37)

Fitzgerald, GA

Hurricane Cargo

Well here is the long over due reply form the management at Hurricane Cargo. We will reply to a few of the comment posted regarding our company. This reply is not an invitation to start bickering and we will not reply to silly comments. If you want to learn more about Hurricane Carg, you can visitthe corporate website www.hurricanecargo .com Drugs, Anyone suspected of doing drugs or having anything to do with drugs would have been fired immediately.we do not over look drugs or drug activity in our business. There is a lot of talk and problems with drugs in this community.We arenot a part ofit and do not tolerate drugs or any type of criminal behavior. With regard to the companyies ability to pay it bills. There are very few CargoTrailer manufacturers in business today that are current on their bills. We are current on ALL our bills. Hurricane Cargo did $6million in production and sales in its first, 8 month year. It made a small profit. In 2011 it is on track to sell and produce $16.5 Million and net about 4.3%. The ownership is dedicated to it vendors,it community, and it employees.Other than minor salaries to owners who work in the business no money is taken from the business.All its profits have been put toward funding its growth...which is very expensive...drive by one day and you will see what we mean. $500K in trailers which are waiting for customers to come pick up.  (Sep 24, 2011 | post #36)