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Elbeco Receives Wisconsin Award For Work with Disabled

July 18, 2009  | 


(L-R) David Dumke, Chairman of the Wisconsin State Use Board; Mary Hardtke, Executive Director of Headwaters, Inc.; David Lurio, President of Elbeco, Inc.

Elbeco Incorporated has received the 2009 State Use Program Partnership Award for its work with Headwaters, Inc., a not-for-profit work/rehabilitation center that helps people with developmental and physical disabilities find gainful employment. Elbeco and Headwaters partnered on a contract to provide the State of Wisconsin with correctional officer uniforms. Wisconsin Governor Jim Doyle presented the award in a ceremony at the state capitol July 9, 2009.

In a letter to Elbeco, Wisconsin State Use Board Chairperson Dale Dumke wrote, "The Board believes this type of contractual partnering creates a basis for economic growth and good works by improving standards of living and advancing causes important to the well-being of Wisconsinites."

"We're honored to receive this award," said Elbeco President David Lurio. "It's a pleasure and a privilege for us to work with Headwaters to give disabled people the opportunity to meet their own potential. This partnership-along with our domestic production facilities, our hundreds of union-represented employees, and our membership in the SweatFree Coalition-illustrates our appreciation for and commitment to America's rich manufacturing heritage as well as the communities that we serve."

About Elbeco

Elbeco Incorporated has been manufacturing uniforms for police, fire, EMS, postal, tactical, and transportation personnel for more than 100 years. With more than 400 union-represented associates, the company is America's premier and largest manufacturer of union-made uniforms for public safety, supplying over 17,000 agencies across the U.S. Elbeco services the uniform needs of this professional community through its network of over 500 authorized dealers in the U.S. and Canada. In 2005, Elbeco acquired Transcon Manufacturing to service its customers' growing needs for FR, tactical, and protective uniforms. The majority of Elbeco uniforms are manufactured in the U.S. at facilities in Reading and Frackville, Pa.; Warsaw, Mo.; and Los Angeles, Calif. Additional information about Elbeco Incorporated and its products can be found at www.elbeco.com.

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