Dennis loves his Mack tattoo

Dennis Grejda is proud of Mack. So proud, in fact, that, four years ago, he decided to tattoo the company’s name on his upper arm.

“It symbolises our cultural heritage which dates back 112 years. I decided that I wanted a tattoo that clearly reflects my allegiance to Mack and our core values: customer focus, application excellence, durability and reliability. At our company, there is huge passion for our trucks and the customers we serve. All the employees here are working to preserve our belief ‘Built Like a Mack Truck’,” he says and adds that he has always had a deep sense of loyalty towards Mack.

Dennis Grejda is a graduate engineer. He started his career at product development and then moved on to custom engineering. He is currently Director of Mack Customer Engineering Support. In 1978, he joined the company in Allentown from the Ford Motor Company in Michigan.

“Working for Mack and returning to the family’s roots in eastern Pennsylvania was a dream I had had for many years.”

He has now been at Mack for 34 years and, as yet, he has no plans to stop. He explains that he has worked under eight of Mack’s 25 presidents and that he still has the same great passion for the people and the products as he had when he joined it.

“It’s a privilege to work here,” he says sand reveals that he actually has another Mack tattoo.

“Yes, I also have a bulldog,” he says.



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