“We’re #69!”

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"We're #69!"

“We’re #69!” doesn’t exactly have the same ring as “We’re #1!,” but we are so proud of our team for cracking the top 70 for waste haulers in North America, according to Waste Today magazine!

Nathan Boyles when he was on the football team at the Baker School!

Nathan wasn’t #1 or #69, but since we’re doing football chants and the season is about to start, we thought it might fun to throwback to Nathan’s time on the Baker Football Team “He’s #63!”

Anyway, back on to the main topic at hand. We’re are honored to be listed among big names like Waste Management, Republic and others. At the end of the day though, it’s most important that you, our customers, know that we care about doing a great job and delivering you a good value for your money. 
 
Please let us know what you think we are doing well and what we can be doing better – after all, we want to move up the ladder and we can’t do that without your feedback! 
 
Leave a comment here, send us an email at Info@adamssanitation.com, talk to one of our customer service representatives with our new live chat feature or hit us up on social media (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn or Youtube). 
 
Finally, we are looking at moving into the world of Next-door! we will let you know when we go live on there as well! 
 
Thanks for supporting us here at Adams Sanitation! 

Christopher Saul is the Chief Marketing Officer for Adams Sanitation. When he isn’t slinging hot garbage from the keyboard – he is spending time with his family. He also likes to watch his SMU Mustangs play football and basketball. 

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