We Are Thankful

The holidays are upon us and we just wanted to take a moment to say how grateful we are for our customers! Seriously, we would not be here without you.

Our Traditions

Our office is filled with fun people and their crazy families. So, we asked around and gathered everyone’s favorite Thanksgiving traditions. Here’s what we each came up with!

Mike said: On Thanksgiving, my family normally gets together at my uncle’s house to eat dinner and watch football games on TV in Pembroke Pines, Florida. Our family has grown to about 20 people, so we do a family prayer before eating and then have a “buffet style” self serving station. We eat turkey, ham, rice, salad, pork, plus endless amounts of desserts. We sometimes take family pictures and sometimes sit down around the couch talking about “what’s new” in our life, like work, vacations, etc.

Roxana said: Our family gets together at my aunt’s house, where we have a thankful tree tradition. She takes a dry tree branch, and makes leaves out of paper where we each write things we are thankful for. We then dress the branch with the leaves and realize there are plenty of reasons to give thanks. We look forward to this every year.

Metal Master Shop Thanksgiving cornucopia

Juan Carlos said: My favorite part is the pork stuffed turkey!

Daylin said: I don’t really like turkey, so I eat other things. I love Thanksgiving because I get to see my super large Cuban family and have the food that I wish I was able to cook, but can’t and won’t. The important thing is to be together and give thanks.

James said: I get to see my girlfriend’s family that I don’t see often as they live two hours away in Okeechobee, Florida. I also share their American traditions such as playing corn hole. And I like to eat turkey, ham, and bacon… for sure all that good stuff.


May all of you have a happy and safe Thanksgiving with your families!


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