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FABCO, Anthony Janes CEO, is Outstanding Industry

2016-04-15 - Roberta D. Cranmer Dining Center, 430 Helen Flatt Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener.
FABCO, whose owner, founder, and CEO is Anthony Janes, is the 2016 Columbia/Adair County Chamber of Commerce Business/Industry of the year. He was introduced by his daughter Brittany Janes, beside him. Brittany shared her pride in her father's accomplishments. She said in her introduction, "this winner began his welding career early. After becoming a proficient welder he had aspirations of starting his own welding business. He took a leap of faith in 1997 when he started, and the business quickly became a multifaceted success. Today the business offers many services, both individual and commercial, in the tristate area." With them at right are Ellen Zornes, President of the Columbia/Adair County Chamber of Commerce, and Sue Stivers, Executive Director.

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