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Our Culture

“It is hoped that through this booklet you may catch something of the spirit of our company,” wrote Judge Harley Langdale in a 1955 employee handbook. That spirit reflected the half century that came before – and could fairly be said to capture the half century since, including: “a better product on the market at a reasonable price… a better market for landowners and farmers in our area … satisfied employees… preserving the American way of life.”

In that same handbook, a 19-year veteran of the company wrote: “I am proud to be connected with such a progressive company … I am sure that there is more in store for the future.” Remarkably, a half century later, another employee completes the thought as if it were one: “I’m not sure even The Langdale Company is aware of their reputation in the marketplace. You can’t always make the sale, but it is never because the customer or prospect doesn’t believe you, trust you or know you. That is because The Langdale Company has done it right all these years, and when they didn’t do it right, they fixed it. And if you do that long enough, people know, ‘Hey this company will do it right.’”