The Richland Source published a great article on our grand reopening and ribbon cutting ceremony at the new facility on Sawyer Parkway:
Full story by Brittany Schock:
MHS Industrial Supply celebrates new facility
“I can tell you from personal experience they’re one of our suppliers, and as I think about our entire supply base I always think about MHS being one of the best suppliers we have,” said Romanchuk. “We love dealing with them, they are a family-owned business, which we like even more, and so I wish them good luck."
“In addition to being great business owners I know these are individuals of high integrity. They give back to their community; they’re very involved in their community and not just in Shelby,” said John. “As the former mayor of Shelby I’m proud that they’re Shelby residents but as county commissioner I’m really proud that we have them representing Richland County.”
Some photos from the event:
Phil and Ann Downs, President and CEO of MHS Industrial Supply, cutting the ribbon to their new facility located at 70 Sawyer Parkway.
Pictured from Team MHS (L to R): Natalie Jenkins, Doug Stahl, Katie Hall, Ashley Downs (& son Oliver), Phil Downs, Robin Hagedorn, Ann Downs (with grandson Nolan), Craig Copeland, Brad Downs, Tom Imhoff. Not pictured from Team MHS: Jeff Ball.
Also pictured are several special guests in attendance (L to R): Jim Wasil representing Gov. John Kasich, Dan Risko representing Treasurer Josh Mandel, Mansfield Mayor Tim Theaker, Richland Area Chamber President Jodie Perry, State Representative Mark Romanchuk, and Richland County Commissioner Marilyn John.
Congratulations to Team MHS and thank you to all who attended and have supported the business over the years.
Ann Downs, CEO; Brad Downs, Sales Manager; Phil Downs, President
Team MHS: (back row) Brad Downs, Tom Imhoff, Natalie Jenkins, Doug Stahl, Ann Downs, Phil Downs; (front row) Craig Copeland, Katie Hall, Cindy Jones, Robin Hagedorn, Ashley Downs; (not pictured) Jeff Ball