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4/17/2013 8:41:00 AM
YEI! expresses appreciation to Fann Contracting
Courtesy photoYEI! workers present a plaque of appreciation to Fann Contracting for 30 years of continued support.
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YEI! workers present a plaque of appreciation to Fann Contracting for 30 years of continued support.
Special to the Review


To commemorate the 30-year relationship between Yavapai Exceptional Industries (YEI!) and Fann Contracting, YEI! recently presented a plaque to the 53-year old contracting business honoring the spirit of Fann's ongoing commitment and consistent collaboration with YEI! over the years: "Moving Mountains for YEI."

The unique relationship between YEI! and Fann Contracting began in 1984 when founder Jim Fann and crew surprised YEI! to pave the entire parking lot at the Washington Avenue headquarters, at that time the only YEI! facility in Prescott and its surrounding areas.

Fann Contracting's dedication to YEI! was proven yet again when crews prepared a 5.5 acre parcel for Antelope Point, YEI!'s facility in Prescott Valley. Fann also prepared the rolling hillsides at the north end of Washington Avenue in Prescott in order to make way for the construction of YEI!'s men's and women's group homes, which have been serving residents there since 2005 and 2008, respectively.

Most recently, Fann Contracting hired a "Production Technician" from YEI! to help with equipment maintenance on their fleet of vehicles.

Fann further supports the woodshop at Ruger Airpark Industries where they purchase stakes, hubs and lathe that is produced at that facility.


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