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It’s Hard to Stop a Trane

Trane Corporation is a world leader in comfort systems and service. Their corporate motto, “It’s Hard to Stop a Trane” was clearly reflected on Tuesday, April 9th when the North America – Trane Sales Operational Excellence Team came to Pueblo Cooperative Care Center just to somehow make a difference!  These individuals, arriving from Canada, Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Washington donated time, energy and resources to transform shelved commodities into prepared food sacks and they packaged nonperishable food products for those less fortunate in Pueblo County.  These leaders identified lean, viable processes and worked tirelessly with exceptional efficiency as they focused on the tasks at hand. Needless to say – they performed at the very highest levels of productivity.

This was an amazing and awesome experience because Trane believes in a culture of mutual respect, cross collaboration and inclusion. They recognize that shared responsibilities have a positive impact in the lives of people from the communities they serve.  These wonderful and giving people from Trane are committed leaders to foster engaging and progressive environments, and they know the importance of leveraging the talents  of people while using a diverse strategy of inclusion. They recognize that efforts just like their dedicated effort at Pueblo Cooperative Care Center are a social and ethical responsibility which is also embedded in their corporate core values.  Now more than ever, the pressure to do more with less is felt across nearly every business and industry sector around the globe!  Pueblo Cooperative Care Center was honored and very grateful for the efforts of the North America – Trane Sales Operational Excellence Team as they indeed proved “it’s hard to stop a Trane.” You made a tremendous difference! No podemos hacer lo que hacemos sin gente como tú. (We can't do what we do without people just like you!).

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