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Crawford Ribbon Cutting, Open House Set for Oct. 10th

October 1, 2013
ROCK ISLAND, IL - Crawford Company and Monoxivent will host a ribbon cutting and open house from 3-7 pm Oct. 10th at the company's facility (1306 Mill Street). The company will offer facility tours, have contests, games, prize drawings, food, and drinks. Crawford's customers, vendors, suppliers, and community members are welcome to attend.
 
Parking will be available in Crawford's main front/side lots. Signage will also direct visitors to remote parking at nearby Sunset Park. Crawford will have a shuttle to provide transportation to and from the Park.
 
The ribbon cutting is scheduled for 3 pm, tours are from 4-5 pm, while food/drinks/games will be offered from 3-7 pm.
 
Crawford/Monoxivent recently expanded its' facility by 20,000-sq. ft. and has grown its' total employment to 105. The company now has 67,000-sq. ft. on 3.63 acres. The $1.7-million expansion included the new building, landscaping, and additional parking. The new building includes manufacturing, warehousing, shipping and receiving, and a state-of-the-art training style classroom. The project added a number of construction jobs to workers in a variety of trades. Support for the project came from THE National Bank, Quad Cities Chamber/QC First, the City of Rock Island, and the SBA (Small Business Administration). In 2012, company sales surpassed $24-million for the first time.
 
Crawford Company is a leader in the bi-state region for heating, air conditioning, plumbing, laser cutting, and welding within industrial, commercial, and residential markets. Monoxivent produces indoor air cleaning systems mainly throughout the United States and Canada within industrial and commercial markets. Monoxivent also goes to market within the fiberglass reinforced plastics market through the UnderDuct and Corrosion Composites brands.
 
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