On February 11, Amerikam had the honor of being presented with the 2015 Manufacturing Business of the Year award by the president of the Wyoming Kentwood Area Chamber of Commerce, Bob O’Callaghan. Lee High School student, Jackelyn Garcia, started the presentation by singing the national anthem with Lee Middle and High School Principal, Kathryn Curry, also attending the event.
Amerikam was chosen as the 2015 Manufacturer of the Year by the Wyoming Kentwood Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors for our strong technology, economic development and community service.
Some facts about the Wyoming Kentwood Chamber of Commerce:
Wyoming and Kentwood make up nearly 51 square miles with a combined population of over 117,000 people. There are over 4,000 business entities calling Wyoming and Kentwood home, including some of the area’s largest industrial companies. The chamber is proud that it has been able to play a role to build a better community, a better place to work and a better place to do business (excerpt from the Economic Development Corporation.)
Bob O’Callaghan, Kathryn Curry, Stephanie Leonardos, and Jackelyn Garcia