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Toyota-Lift of Minnesota holds ribbon cutting at Byron, Minnesota location
Byron Chamber of Commerce President Jennifer Busch presents Toyota Lift of Minnesota’s Chief Operating Officer John Scheunemann with a Certificate of Chamber Membership as he prepares to cut the ribbon at the new Toyota Lift of Minnesota facility in Byron. They are surrounded by Byron Chamber of Commerce members, Toyota officials and Toyota Lift of Minnesota officers. 
Byron Chamber of Commerce President Jennifer Busch presents Toyota Lift of Minnesota’s Chief Operating Officer John Scheunemann with a Certificate of Chamber Membership as he prepares to cut the ribbon at the new Toyota Lift of Minnesota facility in Byron. They are surrounded by Byron Chamber of Commerce members, Toyota officials and Toyota Lift of Minnesota officers. 

Toyota-Lift of Minnesota (TLM) along with neighbors, Toyota Material Handling representatives, customers, vendors, Byron Chamber of Commerce members and officials from the City of Byron celebrated their new Byron, Minnesota location. The open house and ribbon cutting ceremony was May 24th, 2016 at the new 13,000 square-foot building built on 4.3 acres at 1526 Voll Drive NW, Byron, MN 55920.

TLM President John Scheunemann declared there: “I am very thankful for the support given by the community, Byron chamber of commerce, neighbors, vendors and staff. We also wish to thank Toyota’s Executive Vice President, Bob Bosworth, and his crew Christopher Jolly, Jim Petges, Beck Trajkovic, Steve Kueller, and David Byrnes. We are thrilled at the activity already seen here and look forward to being an active member of the community and bringing a higher level of customer service in material handling to the region.

 

 


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