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Ribbon-cutting at BOSS Snowplow expansion

BOSS Snowplow recently had a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate completion of a 44,140-square-feet expansion to its manufacturing facility in Iron Mountain. From left, representing BOSS and the companies that worked on the project are: Paul Hudson and Brian Netzel of Performa architecture, engineering and design in DePere, Wis.; Stan Kaczmarek, Gundlach Champion of Iron Mountain, which led construction on the expansion; Andy Thom and Jody Christy of BOSS; Jason Ulett, The Toro Company, of which BOSS is a part; Rob Vorin, BOSS; Rick Rodier, Toro; Mike Groeneveld and Tracy Horwitz of BOSS; and Shawn Hood and Scott Helminen of Gundlach Champion.
(Marguerite Lanthier/Daily News photos) To commemorate the event, Daily News Publisher Corky DeRoeck had the plates from the BOSS Snowplow’s contractors pages presented to the company. From left are Jody Christy and Mike Groeneveld of BOSS, Denise Lind of The Daily News and Shawn Hood and Scott Helminen of Gundlach Champion.

BOSS Snowplow recently had a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate completion of a 44,140-square-feet expansion to its manufacturing facility in Iron Mountain. From left, representing BOSS and the companies that worked on the project are: Paul Hudson and Brian Netzel of Performa architecture, engineering and design in DePere, Wis.; Stan Kaczmarek, Gundlach Champion of Iron Mountain, which led construction on the expansion; Andy Thom and Jody Christy of BOSS; Jason Ulett, The Toro Company, of which BOSS is a part; Rob Vorin, BOSS; Rick Rodier, Toro; Mike Groeneveld and Tracy Horwitz of BOSS; and Shawn Hood and Scott Helminen of Gundlach Champion.

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