Local FFA chapter recognizes Circle J Fabrication support
By Justin Green
As a long time supporter of Texas FFA and high school agriculture mechanic programs, the Brewer High School FFA Chapter recently recognized Circle J with an appreciation award.
“Circle J has been nothing but supportive and helpful since I arrived at Brewer High School last year. They have been willing to lend a hand wherever they can and have always been inclusive as far as input into their contest all the while maintaining a neutrality of fairness so the competition is even for all schools,” said Rowdy Myers, the agriculture science teacher at Brewer High School.
“Circle J has not only been supportive and accommodating. They are truly there to help the students succeed. All in all they are great people to work with as well as seek advice from,” said Myers.
Circle J Fabrication supports Texas high school FFA chapters by selling fire pit kits for schools to purchase and letting the students weld the pieces together to complete the project.
The company is most proud of the annual Cowtown Welding Challenge, which is a welding contest open to all Texas high schools. At the inaugural event last year the company brought in over 120 students.
The company received the award by showing a high commitment to seeing the local FFA Chapter become successful.
Myers concluded by saying “you could not ask for better people to work with as well as be involved with. They truly go above and beyond to not only make sure that you are satisfied with the product they sale but they also go way above and beyond in the areas of customer support and student support.”