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Supplied. Happiness.

Supplied. Happiness. Our mission at Drexel is to Supply. Happiness. - and these are actual written letters sent to our team documenting our mission. True stories of how we Supplied. Happiness. These are all unsolicited and real experiences. We are so thankful (and proud) to have community members and customers that share their feedback with us along our journey together. We of course are not perfect, we make mistakes. But we will do everything we can when a mistake happens to fix it. We could go on all day about Drexel and our mission, but why take it from us, learn about us from how we have Supplied. Happiness. to others..

Kewaskum Community Pantry

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- Kewaskum Community Pantry , - January 2018
The Kellys

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- The Kellys , - January 2018

On Sunday, my husband was going to go help out a customer. Shane is so beyond busy and booked up right now, but this lady's husband has really bad knees and and was having to sit down on his butt and go down the stairs, to get to the downstairs shower. Shane Millard loaded up some tools that he might possibly need Sunday morning, in the back of his truck, so that after my son's Christmas play at church, he could go help these people out. While at church, his DeWalt air compressor and a Paslode nail gun was stolen out of the back of his truck. Here he was going to help others in need, but instead had someone steal his stuff. He was so mad!! Our insurance said they would not cover it, because they were not secured and no forced entry of the truck. Now jump to yesterday... Drexel Building Supply is his provider, for all building materials. They came out to the job site that Shane is working on... and brought him a BRAND NEW AIR COMPRESSOR!!!... and told him a NEW PASLODE GUN was on its way to him!!!! What a blessing Drexel Building Supply is to us!! We appreciate them!!

- Jenny Millard , - December 2017
Warriors & Quiet Waters Foundation

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- Warriors & Quiet Waters Foundation , - November 2017
CFD Auxillary Members

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- CFD Auxillary Members , - November 2017

Hi John, Thank you for all your help. I LOVE my kitchen. You and Danielle were so great to work with. I hope your Holidays are great.

- Sandy Behlen , - November 2017

Hi Steve, Thank you for hosting the Tech Ed Tool presentation on Tuesday. It was a nice event and valuable partnerships were created. We appreciate everything you do for MSHBA! Have a great weekend!

- Tena Hartwig , - November 2017

Wanted to thank you for your help and let you know that Jim the window repair man was here today and took care of problems and was a very nice guy. I very much appreciate Drexel's help and support as this project meant very much to me. I will share these thoughts with any persons I meet! Thanks again.

- John Prinsen , - November 2017
Military Headquarters

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- Military Headquarters , - October 2017

Good morning, Joel! I would like to share a story with you from last night at the Piggly Wiggly here in town. I was in line to check out and we forgot to check out my cases of water. I got back in line then at the service counter. There was one woman that I was talking to and to the right of me was this nice gentleman in his Drexel blue hat and sweatshirt. He heard me say to the woman that I didn't want to be late getting my daughter from daycare. He said, "mam...are you in a rush?" I hesitated because I would not ever normally say yes, but I did say, "yes, I have to pick my daughter up by 6pm and it is 5:55pm now". He said, "well, mam, go before me then. I am not in a rush.". The woman in front of us was done and he told the cashier I was next. I turned and thanked him immensely for his generosity and thoughtfulness. This warmed my heart. Now days no one seems to care about anyone but themselves and to know that a younger gentleman was this considerate about me and my time & family and even more proud to see that he was from a local business that prides themselves on core values. This gentleman carries these core values into his everyday life as well and it is awesome to see and experience. I wish I would have gotten his name. He had a little bit of an accent and was probably about 5' 6" or so. Very polite! I know we all hear enough of the bad things going on in this world that I wanted to share this positive experience with you this fine Friday morning! If I don't talk to you again, Happy Thanksgiving to the Drexel & Fleishman Families! We all have so much to be thankful for.

- Stephanie Gruber , - November 2017