Reed’s Metals receives 2016 Best Places to Work in Mississippi award
The Mississippi Business Journal recently recognized Reed’s Metals as one of its 2016 Best Places to Work in Mississippi at an awards luncheon in Jackson.
Mississippi Business Journal Associate Publisher Tami Jones spearheaded the program, selecting Reed’s Metals as one of 23 companies in the state deserving of the best places to work designation.
“We are so pleased to have such great companies that set the example of a great place to work,” Jones said. “It is even more exciting that this award comes from how the employees view their employers. What better way to gauge and interact with you employees and the success of you company?”
Director of Marketing and Public Relations Jessica Breazeale, Finance Manager Carlos Garcia and Assistant to the CFO Josie Alford attended the event to accept the award on behalf of Reed’s Metals.
“This makes two consecutive years Reed’s Metals has received this distinguished honor,” Breazeale said.
Mississippi Business Journal produces the best places to work program each year with the help of Southern Research, which surveys employees of all nominated and participating companies. The state’s top companies are selected in four categories — mega-large, large, medium and small.
Reed’s Metals was selected as a medium category finalist.
Founded in 1998, Reed’s Metals now has nine stores across the southeast United States. The company is a multi-million dollar metal provider that utilizes state-of-the-art technology and fabrication methods. For more information about Reed’s Metals, visit reedsmetals.com.