2015 will be Legion’s Year!

2014 was an exciting year for Legion! We nearly doubled our employee count, placed #156 on the Inc. 500 list, and exceeded our sales goal by $8 million. Although we can’t predict the future, Lacy says that based on 2014, the next year should be even better for Legion.

Legion Loves the Holidays!

Happy Holidays from Legion! Here’s some more pictures of our employees and their families celebrating the season.

Audacity

“The method of the enterprising is to plan with audacity and execute with vigor; to sketch out a map of possibilities, and then to treat them as probabilities.” – Christian Nestell Bovee I’m declaring 2015 the Year of Audacity. The year of dreaming big and accomplishing even bigger. At Legion, we are setting our biggest, hairiest, …

The Dos and Don’ts of Holiday Office Parties

  Ready or not, the holidays are here! We all know what that means: holiday office parties. Whether your company is large or small, almost every office has some kind of holiday celebration. This year at Legion, we will be doing an office potluck with a white elephant gift exchange, trivia, and an ugly sweater …

Legion’s Favorite Holiday Traditions

  It’s officially December (where did the time go?) and Cincinnati has plenty of holiday festivities to celebrate the season. We asked some of our employees what their favorite thing to do in the tri-state during the holidays is. Check out their answers and the attached links for some great ideas!

Jason’s Law and the Importance of a Safe Place to Rest

If you’re involved in the transportation industry, you’ve heard about or been directly affected by the revised HOS regulations. If you’ve lived anywhere but under a rock this year, you’ve heard about the tragedy of Tracy Morgan involving a sleep-deprived Walmart truck driver. A story you may not be as familiar with, however, is that …

What’s Worse than Snow before Christmas? Snow before Thanksgiving!

It’s November 17th, and Northern Kentucky woke up to about three inches of snow on the ground. Ugh. As soon as I heard about the potential for snow, I knew I wasn’t going anywhere near a grocery store yesterday. On top of the usual influx of Sunday shoppers, there would be those buying enough bread, …

Marine Veteran John Lindley Values His Time in the Service

I served in the United States Marine Corps from February, 2005 to February 2009, and was honorably discharged at the end of my enlistment. I enlisted mostly because 9/11 happened when I was in high school, and I wanted to fight whomever was responsible. I got a chance to do that, deploying in a line …