Employees of LBX, or Link-Belt Excavators, posed with the Lexington company's Pinkie Linkie, a Link-Belt 80 Spin Ace excavator painted pink to support Susan G. Komen for the Cure Lexington. Since being painted, the excavator has been used to raise breast cancer awareness at several local events.
Employees of LBX, or Link-Belt Excavators, posed with the Lexington company's Pinkie Linkie, a Link-Belt 80 Spin Ace excavator painted pink to support Susan G. Komen for the Cure Lexington. Since being painted, the excavator has been used to raise breast cancer awareness at several local events. Herald-Leader
Employees of LBX, or Link-Belt Excavators, posed with the Lexington company's Pinkie Linkie, a Link-Belt 80 Spin Ace excavator painted pink to support Susan G. Komen for the Cure Lexington. Since being painted, the excavator has been used to raise breast cancer awareness at several local events. Herald-Leader

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