The award was created by President John F. Kennedy in 1961 to recognize companies that worked to increase American exports.
Products Inc. has received an award from the U.S. Commerce Department.
Commerce Secretary Gary Locke presented Nate Muncaster, Polyguard’s global business development director, and Shawn Eastham, vice president of
its corrosion products division, with
the President “E” Award May 13.
“I want to congratulate you on your achievement,
and for supporting critical export-related jobs for American workers,” Locke said.
“President Obama’s initiative was designed with one overriding goal: to get people
back to work in jobs that provide security, dignity, and a sense of hope for
the future. It’s businesses like yours with a proven record of success that are
going to help us meet or exceed that goal.”
The award was created by President John F.
Kennedy in 1961 to recognize companies that worked to increase American
Polyguard officials said they were honored to receive
“The award represents a successful accolade for
5 1/2 years of single-minded focus and dedication, jet lag, disturbed sleep
patterns and heightened coffee consumption,” Muncaster said. “But it was a
labor of love.
“I always felt Polyguard had a very good shot at
winning,” he added.
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