A MESSAGE FROM OUR CEO
"The Sarjeant Company Limited fosters an ongoing, positive and mutually rewarding relationship with all its customers. We do this using honest business practices, outstanding customer service, customer communication and information, fair employment practices and community leadership."
SCOTT ELLIOTT, President & CEO, The Sarjeant Co. Ltd.
Sarjeants’ employee social club were very lucky to organize a visit and photos with Mr. and Mrs. Claus at this time of year, when the famous couple are so busy with preparations at the North Pole.
All the children got an early present and a photo with the Claus’, except Ron “Bubba” Warner and Joanie Sedgwick who “JUST MISSED” seeing Mr. and Mrs. Claus by a few minutes.
Retro Planet hosted over 110 Sarjeant guests for lasertag, mini-golf, video games and pizza. There were also visits from Elmo, Cookie Monster, Minnie Mouse and Angry Birds.
Mild-mannered Midland area sales rep Wayne Simkin doesn’t like to boast… so we’d like to do it for him! In late April 2013 Wayne became a repeat World Champion wildfowl carver. Wayne took top spot in the “Decorative Life-size Floating Pairs” category at the 43rd Annual Ward World Championship Wildfowl Carving Competition and Art Festival in Ocean City, MD.
For the 3rd straight year, the Sarjeant Company (in association with MacLarenART and the art department of Simcoe/Muskoka High Schools) had student designed artwork put on the drums of our Readymix trucks.
The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal has been used as a tangible way for Canada to honour Her Majesty for her service to the country. At the same time, this commemorative medal served to honour significant contributions and achievements by Canadians. Monday evening Scott was presented with the award by Barrie Mayor Jeff Lehman.
The article in the Barrie Examiner reads:
Scott Elliott is the President and CEO of Sarjeant Company in Barrie and is being nominated for his business and corporate philanthropy. The company has pledged significant gifts to hospitals and recreation centers in Barrie and …
A jury of 4 representatives of the Sarjeant Company chose 4 winning designs, one from each of the following schools:
Nantyr Shores Secondary School
Barrie Central Collegiate
Bear Creek Secondary School
St. Joan of Arc High School
These designs will be digitally scanned, printed on large format vinyl, and soon will be wrapped around the drums of four of our concrete mixer trucks. Winning selections are top secret and will be on display at the MacLaren Gallery Thursday, May 2, 7:00 to 9:00 pm.…
We are pleased to announce the grand opening of our 4th 24hr cardlock location, in Timmins Ontario. You now have 4 great reasons to sign your fleet up for a Sarjeant Fuel’s account today!