The Mesquite Chamber of Commerce named Primex Plastics the Business of the Year at its 2017 Holiday Gala.

Primex first came to Mesquite in 1993 and has proved itself a valuable member of the community ever since.

Throughout the year Primex donates to various community organizations, including: Mesquite Toes, Virgin Valley Elementary School Literacy Program, Virgin Valley High School athletic, theater and 4H programs, We Care For Animals, Mesquite Fine Arts Center, Virgin Valley Junior Golf, Golf Fore Kids, Special Olympics and the Salvation Army.

As if that’s not enough, the business has won Mesquite’s softball championship every year since 1998.

On behalf of Primex, office manager and human resources director Kim Woolsey, serves on the board of directors for both Salvation Army and Mesquite Works, and is active with workforce development committees with the State of Nevada.  Additionally, she has received recognition as the 2016 Blood Drive Coordinator of the year and 2017 Volunteer of the Year by the American Red Cross.

Primex was awarded Member of the Month in June 2017 and then voted by the Chamber membership for Business of the Year.  Woolsey accepted the award.

Primex is currently the 5th largest employer in Mesquite with 144 full-time employees. The longest length of employment by a single person is more than 40 years, with 11 years being the average length of employment.

For more information on Primex Plastics, please visit www.primexplastics.com

 

 

 

 

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