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The INFAC Corp. has donated $2,000 to improve educational opportunities for students at Taylor County School District.
"INFAC North America is proud to be able to help the school and the community by this donation for our young people. Our hope is that our donation will enrich the lives of the students who may also become INFAC employees of the future," Brian Bland, general manager, said.
INFAC located in Campbellsville in 2008 and began producing automotive control cables, ignition cables, solenoid valves and antennas for the automotive industry. Since locating in Campbellsville, the company has doubled its workforce with plans to expand again soon.
"INFAC's participation in this community as an employer is essential to the continued growth of our community. As a corporate partner, INFAC not only realizes the commitment of Taylor County School District to produce students which are college and career ready, it is putting resources into that system which will enable the district to continuously improve the students we prepare to be our future leaders.
"Some of our students will become employees of INFAC. Through donations such as this, INFAC can be assured that our students will be their top producers and managers and will be prepared for any situation when they enter the workforce," Roger Cook, Taylor County superintendent, said.