Volume 52, Number 16

ten pages

Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Thursday, April 16, 2015

HEFT Industries signs lease with city

HEFT Industries has signed a lease/purchase
agreement with the City of Byrdstown. The lease was
signed on Friday, July 30th at Sunset Restaurant
with HEFT representatives and members of the city
and county officials. They are an electric power plant
company, working with new technology, that plans
to build a diverse line of products.
According to HEFT's Chief Financial Officer Gary
Cook, HEFT plans on taking over the the former
OshKosh building within the next several weeks and
expects to open with a small staff in early September.
Cook stated to the PRESS, "This building represents
the start of our company in this area and we
could not be more pleased. The Byrdstown location
will be used for support services of the company.”
Pictured at left standing Robert Stewart-HEFT
Sales; Bob Frankiewicz-HEFT Board of Directors,
Dean Mayberry-HEFT Consultant, Glenn Parris-
Byrdstown Alderman, Chris Cook-HEFT Quality Control,
Johnny Sells-Byrdstown Recorder, Pickett
County Executive Stephen Bilbrey, and Opal Clayborn-
Byrdstown Alderwoman. Seated signing agreement
are Gary Cook-HEFT Chief Financial Officer
and Town of Byrdstown Mayor Bill Robbins.

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