Harmony Systems and Service awarded GPN ‘Business of the Quarter’


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Courtesy photo Dave Richard, plant manager (left); Nellie and Ed Adams, owners of Harmony Systems and Service (middle); and Mike Caughell, board chairman of Grow Piqua Now (right).


PIQUA — Recognized for its recent expansion and community involvement, Harmony Systems and Service was awarded the “Business of the Quarter” by the Grow Piqua Now Executive Board.

“Harmony Systems continues to grow their operation and employment in Piqua,” Mike Caughell, Grow Piqua Now board chairman and executive vice president of Bruns General Contracting, said. “By hosting numerous plant tours for kids and raising funds for school supplies through ‘Tools for Schools’, Harmony is an active member of the Piqua community.”

Harmony Systems and Service celebrated 20 years of business in 2014. The company recently completed a building expansion for additional warehouse space, following a 2009 expansion for production space. The Commerce Drive facility produces plastic injection molded products to the automotive, appliance and electronics industries.

“Setting up our business in Piqua is the best decision we ever made,” Ed Adams, owner of Harmony Systems and Service, said. “We move fast in our business, and from the beginning we have received support from Piqua and our partners.”

Grow Piqua Now is a public-private economic development partnership that strengthens the community’s business environment by creating opportunities for Piqua area businesses and residents. For more information, contact Justin Sommer at jsommer@piquaoh.org or visit www.GrowPiquaNow.org.

Courtesy photo Dave Richard, plant manager (left); Nellie and Ed Adams, owners of Harmony Systems and Service (middle); and Mike Caughell, board chairman of Grow Piqua Now (right).
http://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2015/07/web1_CMYK-Harmony-Systems-awarded.jpgCourtesy photo Dave Richard, plant manager (left); Nellie and Ed Adams, owners of Harmony Systems and Service (middle); and Mike Caughell, board chairman of Grow Piqua Now (right).

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