Podcast: 2019 LLEAP Winners Revealed

Access Nation podcast

It's here: The time of year when we reveal the new winners of the Leadership in Lifting Equipment and Aerial Platforms (LLEAP) Awards.

I had the pleasure of going back on as a guest of the Access Nation podcast, hosted by Phil Duane, owner of Schempp Wholesale Re-rent, to unveil the winners of the 2019 competition. The new podcast episode is available today, and you can listen to it here.

I go in depth with Duane about why each product was deemed worthy of a LLEAP award and what about the product stood out to our distinguished judging panel, including revealing some of their comments. Duane, drawing on his decades of access equipment rental industry experience, also offers his opinions on the award-winners and other entries that were strong contenders.

Find out more about why you need to pay attention to these LLEAP winners and where you can see some of them for yourself by checking out our podcast interview or by downloading the digital edition of the November-December 2019 issue of Lift and Access here.

You can find all the Access Nation podcast episodes available on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, or on www.schemppwholesale.com. 

Stay tuned for future episodes where editors from the Lift and Access team return for more behind-the-scenes interviews on hot access industry topics.

About the Author: 
Karen M. Scally

Karen M. Scally

Karen M. Scally is the editor of Lift and Access magazine and its supplements, Telecom & Utility Construction and Components & Consumables. Her experience in B2B journalism includes offering content development and marketing services through Karen M. Scally LLC; leading three media brands as publisher (Site Prep, POB, and GeoDataPoint); and serving as group editor for those three brands plus National Driller. In 2012, she was named one of “15 Under 30” (magazine publishing professionals to watch) by FOLIO: Magazine. Before entering B2B journalism, she worked at The Detroit News and The Dearborn (Michigan) Press & Guide. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Bob Jones University, Greenville, S.C.