50 Years of Service to the Community Recognized
For 50 years Ann and Joe Lamb have believed in the Outer Banks. They have believed in it as a place to raise their family, grow a business and and welcome visitors to the community they call their home. At the Dare County Commissioner’s meeting this week, the couple were recognized for what they have meant to the Outer Banks.
Chairman Bob Woodward summed up what it means to be successful over the 50 years the Joe Lamb Jr., & Associates has been a part of the community.
“Fifty years is proof that what they have created has stood the test of time,” he said. “To be in business for 50 years you have to do a lot of things right. You have to treat your clients right and you have to treat your employees right.”
The legacy and impact of Ann and Joe is not just in our Joe Lamb Jr., & Associates business, though—as successful as it has been. The impact the couple has had on this community is immeasurable.
Students have gone to college because of the scholarships they created; the couple has supported some of the most important charitable causes on the Outer Banks including the arts and the Outer Banks Relief Foundation.
Ann was one of the founders of the Outer Banks Woman’s Club, named the 2017 nonprofit of the year by the Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce.
For eight years, Joe was a County Commissioner.
The couple is the very essence of what a successful family run business is supposed to be—a company that prizes customer service, its employees and the community where it is located.
The employees of Joe Lamb Jr., & Associates have known all along that our founders, Ann and Joe Lamb are great people to know and work for. We are proud to be associated with them and so happy that they have been recognized for the impact they have had on the Outer Banks community.