Waynesboro Generals, Rotary cook lunch for Vector Industries

Employees at Vector Industries got a nice treat last week – lunch provided by the Waynesboro Rotary Club, including burgers cooked by members of the Waynesboro Generals baseball team.

“Our employees enjoyed meeting and chatting with the team! They and the Rotary Club knocked it out if the park by providing a wonderful interactive lunch for our employees,” said Chrissy Johnston, the president and CEO of Vector Industries, based in Waynesboro, which employs and trains persons with diverse disabilities to enable them to reach their potential as productive community members.

“Our guys had a great time at Vector. We’ve had the opportunity to volunteer our time with a number of great community groups this summer, but this one was particularly special for our Generals,” said David Gauldin III, director of operations for the Waynesboro Generals, the defending Valley League champions and the #2 seed in the 2014 VBL playoffs, which start on Tuesday.

Founded in 1969, Vector Industries is your industrial partner for assembly, logistics and operational support. Located in Waynesboro, Virginia, Vector Industries is a valuable resource for out-sourcing projects that require a team of highly qualified and uniquely specialized individuals.

More on Vector Industries online at www.VectorIndustries.org.

More on the Waynesboro Generals online at www.WaynesboroGenerals.net.

 

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