Companies recognized at luncheon

Published 8:17 pm Tuesday, December 16, 2014

The Butler County Commission for Economic Development (BCCED) held its industry appreciation luncheon last week at the Wendell Mitchell Conference Center at LBWCC.

There, BCCED representatives recognized businesses that have made an economic impact in the county during the latest calendar year.

Greenville Mayor Dexter McLendon spoke at the event and said that refocusing industry efforts with Lowndes County, along with a joint project with Butler and Lowndes County are in the works.

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BCCED Chairman Rod Cater recognized the following businesses who participated in the Built in Butler County campaign:

• AIA Recycling;


• Auburn University School of Forestry;

• Bluegrass Companies;

• Camellia Communications;

• Coastal Forest Products;

• Corley Land Services;

• Hwashin America Corp.;

• Hysco;

• Kajan Perfection;

• Key Safety Systems;

• L.V. Stabler Hospital;

• Montgomery Technology Systems;

• Ozark Materials;

• Structural Wood Systems; and,

• Terrell Window Fixtures.

David Hutchison, BCCED’s executive director, recognized companies who brought in 217 jobs and a capital investment in excess of $63 million for calendar year 2014.

Those companies are:

• Ozark Marterials;

• Cajun Perfection;

• Hwashin America Corp.;

• Bluegrass companies;

• Terrell Window Fixtures;

• AIA Recycling;

• REF Alabama Inc.; and,

• DL A.