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Posted: October 28, 2009 12:01 a.m.

SRG Global celebrates 40 years in Covington

By Jennifer T. Long/

Long-time workers: Christine Harper (40 year employee), left, Vernon Tillson (24.5 year employee), Faye Ray (38 year employee), Geneva Ellis (retired employee), Barbara Bradford (36 year employee), Alice Brown (37 year employee), Cindy Canup (39 y...

Employees of SRG Global were treated to a barbecue luncheon Friday afternoon in honor of the company’s 40th year doing business in Covington.

According to Plant Manager Mike Anderson, SRG Global employs around 390 people. The company makes exterior trim components for automobiles.

First opened as Covington Molding in 1969, the company eventually became Guardian Automotive and recently acquired Seigel Roberts and became SRG Global.

Each of the three shifts at the company enjoyed a party, but retired employees were invited to the luncheon.

In addition to barbecue provided by J.D.’s Bar-b-que, prizes were raffled off to employees.

Many of the employees have worked at the company almost as long as it has been operating in Covington.

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