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Tri-Hawk Celebrates 40th Anniversary!


January 14, 2010
by Oral Health

 

 

Tri Hawk Celebrates 40th Anniversary

Dental Bur Innovator Rewards Employees for Valued Efforts

 

MORRISBURG, Ontario—January 11, 2010—Tri Hawk Corporation recently celebrated its 40th anniversary at a combination anniversary/holiday party with its employees and spouses.

 

Following a cocktail reception and dinner, company founder and CEO Gustel Fischer and VP Operations Joanne Kydd thanked the employees for their critical contributions to the company’s success.  The employees were then given a brief presentation on 2009 highlights, 2010 plans as well as the unveiling of Tri Hawk’s new logo by Scott and Keith Macdonald, the marketing heads for the North American and European markets, respectively. A live band then surprised the German-born Mr. Fischer with a specially-written song called “Gustel the German Bur-Man” and sung to the melody from “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.”

 

Tri Hawk’s singular focus has always been—and will always be—designing, manufacturing and marketing the most effective dental burs possible, which the company believes gives it a significant edge over its diversified competitors.  “We have an intense passion for burs, because we feel they are the most important instruments used by the dental practice,” says Mr. Fischer.  According to Mr. Fischer, customer feedback and independent studies indicate that Tri Hawk burs provide a combination of cutting speed, strength and safety that is unmatched in the industry.

 

 

About Tri Hawk Corporation

Privately-held Tri Hawk Corporation, founded in 1969, has its corporate headquarters and manufacturing facility in Morrisburg, Ontario, Canada. Tri Hawk sells its products in over 40 countries throughout the world, including Europe, South America, Africa and Asia.  For more information, call (866) 874-4295, or visit www.trihawk.com.

 

 

 

 


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