What a few months it has been. The Full Tilt team wishes you all good health both physically and economically. It has truly been a struggle for most Americans; however, we believe there is a light at the end of the tunnel, and we are getting closer to putting this pandemic in the rear-view mirror. Our business has been negatively impacted both by the immediate shutdown of many of our customers’ industry-specific events, as well as the significant receivables we have yet to receive due to the virus’s impact on the economy. As a result, we have had to furlough employees and cut expenses wherever possible. The good news is that we have been forced to bring on new customers in other economic sectors and we are strategically growing that segment of the business.
Full Tilt relies heavily on gaming, special events, trade shows, and other recreational events so the virus’s impact on our company was devastating as these industries immediately shut down. We are starting to see movement in this customer base and these sectors are slowly waking up and beginning to reposition for business moving forward. They are coming back and we are beginning to revive our business partnerships with them. Because of our strong relationships built on years of excellent customer service, communication, and problem-solving abilities they are relying on Full Tilt to get them back up and running as before. Our employees are experienced, knowledgeable, dedicated, results-driven, personable and excellent communicators so according to our customers it was a “no brainer” who they need to help bring them back.
We will do whatever it takes to make this pandemic a distant memory and believe the greatest economy in history will bounce back. Thank you to all our customers for their belief in Full Tilt and the belief that we are your best choice for a true transportation partner for any type of logistics and transportation solution.
We wish you all the best, stay safe and please contact us today to see how Full Tilt can help your company achieve their goals.