Brandon, MN – Voyager Industries, of Brandon, attended the Harmon Killebrew Hospice Day at Target Field on August 16, 2014. Lakeland Hospice started the event last year as a way to increase awareness about the benefits of hospice care. Voyager Industries as well as other individuals and organizations throughout West Central Minnesota made up the group of nearly 1,400 bus blitz participants.
Gary Suckow, CEO and President of Voyager Industries, said “We are proud to support such a great cause as the Lakeland Hospice Foundation. Support of Hospice care is something I hold near and dear to my heart. We couldn’t of asked for better weather or people to be there with.” The employees of Voyager Industries and their families said that every part of the day was packed full of fun from starting out at Pete’s for tailgating to finishing the day out watching the Twin’s beat the Royals. They are already counting down the days until next year.
About Voyager Industries
Voyager Industries is a privately held company located in Brandon, MN with over 17 years of experience. Current brands of Voyager Industries include Voyager Aluminum, Voyager Dock, Titan Deck and Yetti Fish Houses. With 70 employees and 70,000 square feet of warehousing and manufacturing space, Voyager Industries can handle jobs from prototype to full product production in both aluminum and steel. The main sales territories include Minnesota, Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska and Wisconsin.
About Lakeland Hospice
The Lakeland Hospice Foundation, located in Fergus Falls, was founded in 2006. The foundation was created to raise hospice awareness and dollars to help support the mission of Lakeland Hospice so compassionate, quality end-of-life care continues for patients and their loved ones well into the future.