"Lots of companies large and small help us each year," Mr. Rowe said. "This is just another way to organically thank a company who makes my boots and for them to support a foundation that will hopefully help them lessen the skills gap as well. They're not different than anybody else. They need talented, enthusiastic, hardworking people. That's hard to find."
"Safety is not the enemy, but if you make it the priority then let's just wrap ourselves in bubble pack and drive at speeds approaching five miles an hour and never assume anything that could ever be confused with risk," he said.