Plymouth Tube aids with Louisville recovery

From Press Reports

The employees of Plymouth Tube Co.’s Eupora mill demonstrated their generosity in helping with recovery efforts for Louisville after the tornadoes devastated the area on April 28.
Employees immediately began with bringing supplies, clothing and water to give to those in need. The company also provided a community service day of pay for any employee who volunteered to go and help in the cleanup efforts.

A group of the Plymouth Tube Co.’s Eupora mill team displays T-shirts donated to Louisville tornado victims. They are (front) Mamie Gladney, Sammie Horne, Steve Patterson, Connie Moore, Rita Clark, (back) Matthew Tedder, Jackery Johnson, Ed Reid, Adarian Hogan, Zack Faver and Will Bramlett.

A group of the Plymouth Tube Co.’s Eupora mill team displays T-shirts donated to Louisville tornado victims. They are (front) Mamie Gladney, Sammie Horne, Steve Patterson, Connie Moore, Rita Clark, (back) Matthew Tedder, Jackery Johnson, Ed Reid, Adarian Hogan, Zack Faver and Will Bramlett.

In addition to the typical contributions of labor and supplies, the employees also donated their 2014 birthday shirts. The company had purchased approximately 125 T-shirts at the beginning of the year to give to each employee on their birthday during 2014. The team unanimously agreed to donate their shirts to the people of Louisville who lost everything.
“We have a group of the most generous people” stated Ed Reid, general manager for the mill. “I am proud to be a part of this team that reaches out to help those in need.”
Plymouth Tube Co. employs approximately 140 employees at its Eupora location.