At the height of the Roaring Twenties, amidst the euphoria of the WWI victory, women gaining the vote and great economic prosperity, a giant rose in NYC — Yankee Stadium was opened. Telephone lines criss-crossed many regions and electricity production quadrupled in America. At the very same time, across the Hudson River in Fort Lee, NJ, another quiet giant had just been born. In 1923, J. Fletcher Creamer & Son, Inc., was founded by J. Fletcher Creamer, II, with one Ford rack truck and a dream. So began an amazing family saga.