ABBEVILLE: Abbeville County Industry Education Week Community Tour
Melissa Billey, Project Manager – email@example.com
October 24, 2018
ABBEVILLE — The kickoff to Abbeville County Industry Education Week began on Monday, October 1, 2018, with the Community Tour of WCTEL, Prysmian, and Stoll Industries. The community was invited to participate in a free tour of these three local industries. Everyone met at the Greater Abbeville Chamber of Commerce to take a bus to each of the sites. The bus was furnished by Stoll Industries.
The tour began at WCTEL. The tour included a brief introduction to the WCTEL Company and its many offerings to the community and businesses which included background information about the internet provider and employment there. WCTEL is not just a place that you go to work for; it is a place that you begin your career at and retire from.
From there, the tour moved on to Prysmian. This tour included some background information about what Prysmian does and the different types of jobs there. A tour of the plant floor and the extrusion tower followed. The tower gave an amazing view at 330 feet tall looking out over Abbeville County. It is wonderful to know that one of the largest facilities inside of the Prysmian Group is located right here in Abbeville, South Carolina.
Stoll Industries was the last stop. During the Stoll Industries tour, we visited the showroom, the design area, and the plant floor to see first-hand how their custom products are made. It was amazing to see the talent that is involved in creating each piece that leaves Stoll Industries.
The community tour finished with a Chick-fil-a lunch sponsored by Stoll Industries at their facility. All of this was made possible by WCTEL, Prysmian, Stoll Industries, SAGE Automotive, and the Freshwater Coast Community Foundation (FCCF). We look forward to seeing you on the tour next year.
The Abbeville County Industry Education Week was held October 1-4, 2018. Abbeville County students were able to tour WCTEL, Prysmian, SAGE, Thermaflex, and Stoll Industries.