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ATC Receives Award for Outstanding Community Service

Long-Standing Supporter of Junior Achievement

By Malika Wadhwani

Lyndhurst, NJ— October 15, 2014 — Argo Turboserve Corporation (ATC) was chosen as this year’s recipient of the New Jersey Business & Industry Association’s Award for Excellence for Outstanding Community Service at a reception honoring winners today at The Pines Manor in Edison, New Jersey.

Every year, the NJBIA honors a select group of employers from among its 20,000 member companies for their outstanding achievements in four categories: business expansion, environmental quality, outstanding employer, and community service.

ATC was recognized with the Award for Excellence for Outstanding Community Services for ongoing support provided to the Junior Achievement of New Jersey.

ATC has been a long-standing supporter of Junior Achievement, whose mission is to empower millions of young people to own their economic success. ATC founder, president and CEO Clyde Keaton has served on the board of directors for Junior Achievement USA, and the Junior Achievement of New Jersey for over 10 years as an inspirational example and mentor to the next generation of board leaders. Keaton has also engaged ATC employees to serve as volunteer role models to Junior Achievement of New Jersey students.

“ATC provides its clients with streamlined processes that enable them to function more effectively and efficiently.” said Keaton. “Our employees mirror those capabilities by mentoring students on how to manage fiscal responsibility with that same sense of focus and purpose. It’s all about the kids . . . setting them up for success.”

In presenting the award, NJBIA president Michele Siekerka said, “Our companies do amazing things every day . . . the awards for excellence are our way of thanking businesses for the jobs they create, their innovation in protecting the environment and taking care of their employees, and their commitment to their local communities.”

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