Warm Holiday Wishes from Iron Mountain Hot Springs

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Warm Holiday Wishes from Iron Mountain Hot Springs

Happy Thanksgiving!

Holidays are a special family time. The Iron Mountain Hot Springs family took some time to reflect on Thanksgiving and found plenty of reasons for gratitude – for you, our visitors; for each other; for friends and family. Also dogs, cats, puppies, beer, music, and mashed potatoes.

Happy Thanksgiving

“Working where I meet diverse people from around the world and where people come to relax and have fun,” says Mark, our maintenance supervisor who has been with Iron Mountain Hot springs since the early stages. “Working with an organization that is supportive, progressive, interesting, healthy, and fun; having an outstanding team of professionals to work with.”

“I truly look forward to coming to work each day,” says assistant general manager Deb, who joined us in July. “I have also been thankful for the opportunity to introduce our guests to not only the healing waters of Iron Mountain Hot Springs but to a beautiful and serene property.”

“Thanksgiving isn’t just about eating all that delicious food and football games,” says food and beverage lead Shellby. “It’s about family and friends and showing them just how thankful you are that they are in your life. I’m grateful for all the people that have come into my life, from coworkers turned friends, bosses that I admire, the people who have truly showed me that there are considerate people still out there.”

Receptionist Lexi, who joined us early this year, counts her colleagues along with her boyfriend and her cat, Max. “This company has blessed me in so many ways,” she says. “I am grateful for my fellow coworkers who have brought much laughter and positivity into my life. I don’t know what I’d do without my Iron Mountain Hot Springs family! I am grateful for the cherished moments and gatherings that I get to be a part of around this time of year.”

Happy Thanksgiving from IMHS

Front gate cashier Petal lists life and health, family and loved ones, “grateful to belong to an amazing company…grateful for my dogs – love me so much.”

“I am grateful to have a job that I love to go to every day, the work with an amazing team of people, and to help our guests relax, restore, and rejuvenate every day in our healing waters,” says Corinne, guest services and retail operations manager.

“I am thankful for the friendships I have made and the work environment I get to be in every day,” says front gate lead Ellie. “I love working where I wake up in the morning and actually look forward to coming here. I love my management team. I am thankful for family and friends and smiles and love!”

From our family to yours – Happy Thanksgiving! And, as Nicole, our front gate part-time receptionist, reminds us: “Even past the holiday, I think we should always be thankful for everything.”

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Gene Stowe

Gene Stowe was a reporter for The Charlotte (N.C.) Observer for 13 years and head of the writing program at Trinity School at Greenlawn, a four-time U.S. Department of Education Blue Ribbon School in South Bend, Ind., for 10 years before he became a full-time freelance writer in 2008. His first book, Inherit the Land: Jim Crow Meets Miss Maggie’s Will, was published in 2006. He lives in Monroe, N.C.

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