Congratulations to Robert Cervenka, founder, chairman and CEO of injection molder Phillips Plastics Corp., for being inducted into the Wisconsin Business Hall of Fame today. This Milwaukee Journal Sentinel story describes Cervenka's success: "Cervenka founded the Phillips-based plastic molding company in 1964 with an initial investment of $52,000. Today, the company employs 1,600 people and tallied sales of more than $250 million in 2007." He is joined by Don Davis, former chairman and chief executive of Milwaukee-based Rockwell Automation Inc., and the late Leonard Gentine, founder of Plymouth, Wis.-based Sargento Foods Inc. The event benefits Junior Achievement of Wisconsin.
Congratulations to Robert Cervenka
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