C.A.P Recycling chosen as Small Business of the Month
AMES, Iowa – America’s SBDC Iowa (SBDC) is pleased to announce that Cora and Amos Parr, owners, C.A.P Recycling LLC, Sioux City, are the winners of the SBDC’s Business of the Month Award.
Todd Rausch, regional director of the Western Iowa Tech SBDC, Sioux City says, “I am so happy for Cora and Amos. They have worked extremely hard to get their business to where it is at. They have a good vision for its future. They have made a good impact on the local community with their business and they are always helpful to anyone who asks. They certainly deserve the recognition of being our statewide Business of the Month!”
C.A.P Recycling is a recycling company for aggregate products such as concrete and asphalt. The company has a free dump site for clean concrete and asphalt brought in by anyone from public works departments to the general public. Everything brought into the plant leaves the plant as a reusable product. The company’s main focus is to aid in preventing these materials from going to the local landfills. C.A.P Recycling works with clients to help determine the best application of their products, to meet the client’s specifications and budget.
For more information on C.A.P Recycling, visit its Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/CAP-RecyclingLLC-496000820574878/?fref=ts.
The SBDC Business of the Month Award will be presented to Cora and Amos by SBDC Regional Director Todd Rausch, who nominated the business for the award.
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Tricia Janes, America’s SBDC Iowa, 515-294-2030, email@example.com
Todd Rausch, Western Iowa Tech SBDC, 712-274-6454, firstname.lastname@example.org