Fluidmaster honored for corporate responsibility

Fluidmaster honored for corporate responsibility

ACG recognized the achievements of Orange County and Inland Empire based companies excelling in a range of categories Fluidmaster President Todd Talbot accepted the award on behalf of the company This latest award adds to the growing list of recognition for Fluidmaster

SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, CA — The leading global provider of toilet trim products, Fluidmaster was recognized for its extraordinary efforts related to Corporate Responsibility by the Orange County chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth at their 20th Annual Awards ceremony on May 14, 2015 in Newport Beach. ACG recognized the achievements of Orange County and Inland Empire based companies excelling in a range of categories as determined by an independent review panel of academic and business professionals after reviewing more than 100 nominations.

"Fluidmaster is honored to receive this recognition signifying our commitment to behave ethically, have a sense of responsibility for the environment and community, and improve the quality of life for our great employee team, their families and society at large,” said Fluidmaster President Todd Talbot who accepted the award on behalf of the company.

“In the early years of Fluidmaster, our founder Mr. Adolf Schoepe included ‘Be a good citizen in the community’ to the company’s goals,” said John Wohlfiel, VP of Human Resources. “That objective remains a priority to this day for our entire team as we serve the community through various nonprofit organizations and support the local businesses and environment that make Orange County an exceptional place to live and work. The ethics and values established early on have created a culture where trying to do the right thing is natural.”

This latest award adds to the growing list of recognition for Fluidmaster including the 2014 Business of the Year presented by the San Juan Capistrano Chamber of Commerce. Fluidmaster has been named an OC Register “Top Workplace” and OC Business Journal “Best Place to Work” for three years running. “Orange County continues to incubate the most exceptional talent and innovation in the business community, spawning remarkable companies and individuals," said J. Michael Issa, ACG Orange County president and principal of GlassRatner Advisory and Capital Group. "It is appropriate that our 20th anniversary of this respected event honors Orange County's best and brightest."

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