BOC marks 25 years in business

In front of more than 125 people consisting of current and past employees, customers, suppliers and friends, BOC owner and president Todd Olson offered remarks about being in business for 25 years and how this milestone had been accomplished. “It hasn’t always been easy. It has taken a lot of passion, persistence and patience, but we have built a strong company that produces high quality, dependable components for the steel and gas and oil industries,” he said. In his 15 minute speech, Olson took time to recognize every single BOC employee, noting how long they’ve been with the company and how their efforts have helped BOC. “The people are what makes BOC great. The ingenuity and work ethic of our team is second to none.” After a catered lunch, BOC was presented with four different proclamations, one each from Congressman Bill Johnson, state Rep. Tim Ginter, the office of Senator Rob Portman and Salem Mayor John Berlin. Mayor Berlin’s proclamation included the announcement that Sept. 21 was officially known as “BOC Water Hydraulics Day” in the city of Salem. Above, Congressman Bill Johnson congratulates Todd Olson. (Submitted photo)

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