In recognition for design excellence in its 2006 creation of Banana Technology its predecessor Magne-Traction and for its positive contributions to the community Mervin Manufacturing was honored by the community of Carlsborg WA with its own road “Banana Way”. The sun beamed down through a bright blue hole in the sky during the grand opening ribbon cutting ceremony that was held on Oct 29th.
Attendees included; the Mayor of Carlsborg Phillip Hergash, the unofficial Mayor of Carlsborg Daylin MItchell, Ryan Hollis Mervin’s new GM, sales manager Greg Hughes, Lib Tech’s Experimental Division including MIke Olson, Pete Saari, Steven Cobb, Apostolos Karabotsos, Jeff Henderson, the EnvironMental division head Norm Nelson, designers Annette Veihelmann, Trevor Phillips, Tim Karpinski, Customer Service experts Lindsey Bryan, Matt Olson, all of Mervins top Craftspeople, Shipping, Purchasing, Accounting, and the entire Mervin Global Alignment crew.
“Banana Way is where I make snowboards” Mike Olson
“Pot holes, gravel and mud never looked better!” Ryan Hollis
“This is a great moment for the community of Carlsborg and Mervin Manufacturing” Mayor Phillip Hergash
“Take a left on Kitchen Dick, right on Woodcock and straight down Banana Way” Pete Saari
“Banana Way is never the wrong way” Greg Hughes
Mervin’s New official mailing address is:<65bananaway.jpg>
65 Banana Way
Sequim, WA 98382