Before the Foremen were able to get into their vehicles they needed their safety equipment - a helmet and jumpsuit to start.
Along with many other industries, including the Basement Repair industry, making sure you have the correct and safest equipment is important.
Our lovely "Vanna" Christina B. is modeling the racing jumpsuit used in the Rusty Wallace Racing Experience. Along with the Midwest Basement Systems Production Director, Christina is responsible for setting up the installation crew and service crew schedules.
At Midwest Basement Systems each department has weekly scheduled training sessions. It is no different for the Race Experience at the Iowa Speedway in Newton. Each participant must go through classroom training to familiarize themselves with the track, the cars, racing strategy, and safety. We do the same, but our topics cover subjects such as installation techniques, product knowledge, customer service, and safety.
Here is a photo of the cars in the pit area before the race begins. Our team is getting ready!
The inside pit area facing towards the stands.
What a fantastic experience, here is a photo of the entire team!
On July 21st, 2012, Midwest Basement Systems sponsored a team building activity for the Product Installation Foreman. This activity took place the the Iowa Speedway in Newton Iowa. The Rusty Wallace Racing experience was a great time and a wonderful team building opportunity for the Installation Team.
our service area