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Rockwell Labs Receives 2012 Keystone Award

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The award recognizes businesses and organizations that contribute to the economic environment.

| January 7, 2013

Rockwell Labs receives 2012 Keystone Award. Image courtesy of Rockwell Labs.

 

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Rockwell Labs has received a 2012 Keystone Award from the Clay County Economic Development Council, the company announced.

The award recognizes businesses and organizations that improve the economic environment and qualify of life through new locations or expansions and job creation, according to Rockwell. The company received the award specifically for its investment in its new facility and increases in number of employees.

Clay County Commissioners Pam Mason, Katee Porter and Larry Larson presented the awards during a luncheon in November.

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