survtechcoloringbook.pdfHello Land Surveyor's United Community!As Marketing Director for SurvTech Solutions Surveying & Mapping in Tampa, Florida, I often get to create and collaborate on a great deal of interesting and creative projects. Having started in the surveying profession as a rodman myself, and working all the way up to chief, then learning how to draft and eventually coming into my current position, I think I have a unique perspective that most marketing people don't.One thing we will be doing in the future at SurvTech Solutions is participating in The Great American Teach In.So we wanted to create something really cool for this, that would both be educational and about surveying, but still appealing to children.So I created the SurvTech Solutions Land Surveying Coloring Book! It's a children's coloring book made for kids from Kindergarten to 3rd grade. It has different types of surveying, information about different services, famous surveyors and other cool stuff. The surveyors themselves are different animal people performing the tasks. Even though it's a SurvTech copywritten material. I wanted to share it with the community as most of us have children that might think it's a neat thing to have.Everyone who has seen it has really enjoyed it so far, and the best thing I've heard it that it's a great way to explain what we do to our kids because some of the concepts are hard for really little kids to understand.It's designed to be printed on 11 X 17 paper, single sided, but you can print it out at whatever size you want.If you have any questions about how you can use it, feel free to message me here on LSU and I'd be glad to reply.So enjoy! It's fun and hopefully a great introduction into the world of surveying that we call home!W.D. Hatfield-Marketing DirectorSurvTech Solutions Surveying & MappingTampa,
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