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JCI Receives 2017 Business of the Year Award

Thu February 15, 2018 - National Edition
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Jeff Schwarz, president of JCI, and Avril Watt, human resources manager, receiving the 2017 Business of the Year Award from the Springfield Chamber of Commerce. 
(Photo Credit: Life Slice Photography http://weddingphotographyeugene.com/)
Jeff Schwarz, president of JCI, and Avril Watt, human resources manager, receiving the 2017 Business of the Year Award from the Springfield Chamber of Commerce. (Photo Credit: Life Slice Photography http://weddingphotographyeugene.com/)

On Jan. 19, Johnson Crushers International Inc. (JCI) was honored as the 2017 Business of the Year at the 66th Annual Springfield Chamber of Commerce Awards and Installation Banquet.

JCI exceeded the award criteria based on expansion, a passionate backstory and history and the positive impact that the company has had on the communities and business districts of the city.

Jeff Schwarz, president of JCI, said, “We take pride in the fact that our company has been recognized as a positive contributor to our community. We all worked extremely hard this past year to make JCI an exceptional company and it's gratifying to know others appreciate it as well.”

To learn more about the 2017 Business of the Year Award and Johnson Crushers International Inc., read The Bottom Line, by the Springfield Chamber of Commerce.

For more information, call 605/668-2524 or visit www.kpijci.com.




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