Speech to Text for Medford Tools sign
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12... if you drive down highway 99 in medfalong hiy passing by this sign. the new owners of medford tools tell me that while some aspects of the store will change, this inspirational sign and its legacy in the community will remain." 'the most wasted of all days is the one without laughter.' that's one of the signs that's been up as joe and gianna sewell take over ownership of medford tools. odot tells me more than 15- thousand cars drive by it every single day. joe sewell/president and owner of medford tools jbj inc.: "its profound sometimes, its funny others, and thats what we hope to go with." joe has been at medford tools for 24 years...the sign for 26. gianna sewell/owner of medford tools jbj inc.: "it's well known, and i think it touches peoples lives every day as they drive by and see the sign." medford tools will undergo a few changes under this new ownership. the name has been changed to medford tools j-b-j incorporated. gianna and joe plan to switch up the set-up inside, expand the used tools, and add a greeter. today they told me the sign has done more than bring smiles to drivers for decades... it helps put them on the map. joe sewell/president and owner of medford tools jbj inc.: "if you say 'we're medford tools do you know where the big sign is?' and they say 'oh i know where that is.' so it really help us as a location." joe says taking over the business is a bit over whelming...and they want to keep the wonderful legacy of this sign going for years to come. joe sewell/president and owner of medford tools jbj inc.: uplift people and make them think of something positive instead of make them think of the negative that sometimes goes on in our lives." kate houston/medford: "if you pass by the sign you know that the quotes often change. joe tells me that there will be a brand new one ready to go by the end of the week. reporting in medford, kate houston, newswatch12." the josephine county fair starts tomorrow