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Healthway Home Products Receives Award

At its annual meeting in June, Operation Oswego County (OOC) presented its 2010 Business Excellence Award to Healthway Home Products for its ability to adapt, innovate, and grow in a competitive business environment to become a global leader in the production of state-of-the-art air cleaning products, for acquiring and renovating a vacant 18,000-square foot historic structure, Ontario Iron Works, and expanding the company’s manufacturing, research and design, and corporate headquarters operations in the Village of Pulaski.  Pictured are, from left, Healthway Home Products employees Jeannie Gove, Mitchell Lobdell, and Mary Brown, Nancy Bellow, OOC board president, Vincent Lobdell, Healthway Home Products owner, Mike Treadwell, OOC executive director, and Vinny Lobdell Jr., Mary Burnham and Karen Hurd, Healthway Home Products employees.
At its annual meeting in June, Operation Oswego County (OOC) presented its 2010 Business Excellence Award to Healthway Home Products for its ability to adapt, innovate, and grow in a competitive business environment to become a global leader in the production of state-of-the-art air cleaning products, for acquiring and renovating a vacant 18,000-square foot historic structure, Ontario Iron Works, and expanding the company’s manufacturing, research and design, and corporate headquarters operations in the Village of Pulaski. Pictured are, from left, Healthway Home Products employees Jeannie Gove, Mitchell Lobdell, and Mary Brown, Nancy Bellow, OOC board president, Vincent Lobdell, Healthway Home Products owner, Mike Treadwell, OOC executive director, and Vinny Lobdell Jr., Mary Burnham and Karen Hurd, Healthway Home Products employees.

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