Have a Happy Halloween

Safe Trick or Treating from DGM

 

Happy & Safe Halloween

Wishing everyone Treats not Tricks this Halloween. All of us a D.G. Meyer Inc. are hoping you have a very fun celebration today and tonight.

Happy Halloween 2016!

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DGM— Another Job at the Auto Mall

Busy Fall Season for Daytona Beach Commercial Contractors

 

Daytona Infiniti Dealership

2016 will be remembered as a very busy year for D. G. Meyer Inc., and the commercial construction industry in Central Florida in general. New businesses are springing up all over, from International Speedway Boulevard, to the area all around the LPGA-I95 interchange new hotels, restaurants, shopping centers and condominiums are under construction, and the end isn’t nearly in sight. This growth, along with the necessity after Hurricane Matthew of much clean-up, repair and rebuilding is keeping local contractors hopping.

The Daytona Auto Mall, the largest automotive auto mall in the Southeast United States and one of the top 5 in the country, is nearing capacity. D.G. Meyer is presently working on the Daytona Infiniti Dealership, slated to open early next year. It will bring the number of car brands sold at the Auto Mall to 16. It is another project of local auto dealer Gary Yeomans, along with his partners. Yeomans opened the Auto Mall’s first dealership, now known as Gary Yeomans Ford Lincoln, in 2001, and D.G. Meyer has ben fortunate to work with him on numerous other projects at the Auto Mall.

The economic climate is heading in a positive direction for our area, and all of us at D.G. Meyer Inc. are proud to be part of the growth and prosperity of our community.

 

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Recovering From the Storm

D.G. Meyer Inc Sends Prayers and Hopes to a Hurricane Ravaged Community

 

Recovering from Hurricane Matthew

Our company and our family here at D.G.Meyer are wishing all those who weathered Hurricane Matthew with us late last week a speedy recovery from the damage suffered during this historic storm. Once again, we have been re-acquainted with the raw force of nature, and our powerlessness in the face of it. And once again, we are witness to the enduring spirit and generosity of humanity. Help has poured into this area from all over the country, and in spite of the difficulties, most people were more patient and considerate of one another as we attempted to restore a semblance of normalcy to our lives.

To those who lost much or sustained great damage during the storm, we extend our heartfelt sympathies; to those who are still struggling without power or other necessary services, we send our prayers for a hasty resolution. We ask that during this stressful time in our community, that you all continue to put your best face forward, to be a bit more patient and understanding. Healing takes time!

The Best to all of you…

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