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Connecticut Concrete Suppliers Have Collectible Trucks Available Now for Holiday Orders! November 15, 2017

Wallingford Center, New Haven County
Connecticut Concrete Suppliers Have Collectible Trucks Available Now for Holiday Orders!, Wallingford Center, Connecticut

The holidays are quickly approaching, and chances are you’re still working through your shopping list. But finding that perfect gift just got a lot easier, because The L. Suzio York Hill Companies have released their series of collectible trucks modeled after their popular construction vehicles. Serving the community of south central Connecticut, the company specializes in concrete, crushed stone, and asphalt supply services, and their striking green trucks have become beloved symbols of the region.

Collectible Trucks Make Great Holiday Gifts, So Order Now!

Throughout the years, The L. Suzio York Hill Company’s construction vehicles have been easily recognizable symbols of our country’s industrious spirit and ethic of hard work. Now, you can own a piece of this American symbol of industry by purchasing a collectible truck this holiday season.

concreteThe high quality of these trucks makes them suitable gifts for friends and family of all ages. Kids will love playing with these fun replicas of the concrete supplier’s real vehicles, and adults will appreciate the amazing detail of the models and nostalgia they inspire.

This year’s series includes a Brockway Tandem Axle Wrecker, a Mack® Granite® MP Dump Truck, and a Mack® B Tractor With End Dump Trailer. There’s even a horse-drawn wagon option for those who really want to go back in time. And for the littlest ones on your holiday shopping list, there’s a Mack® Dump Truck plush toy.

Celebrate the Tradition of American Industry

Eastern U.S. states have relied on The L. Suzio York Hill Companies since 1898 to provide construction materials for a range of projects. The company got its start constructing buildings but soon shifted its focus to roads and bridges throughout the 1920s and 30s. During the post-war years, it supplied concrete, stone, and other materials that helped fuel the construction boom that created the Connecticut we know today. 

These trucks are extremely popular, so get your order in today! To see details about this year’s series of collectible vehicles, visit their website. And if you’re in need of concrete, asphalt, rock, or other building materials, turn to The L. Suzio York Hill Companies. They supply only the highest quality materials to ensure the success of your building project. To learn more, call (203) 237-8421 or visit them online.

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