Congressman Reed Tours Anchor Glass Plant

Date: 27 September 2011
The Elmira Heights Anchor Glass facility turns 100 next year, and Congressman Tom Reed (R-NY) toured the facility during August recess and met with plant employees to see how he and Washington can help keep the local facility around for the next century.

All of the glass bottles for Sam Adams, Mike’s Hard Lemonade, and Saranac Beer come from Anchor´s Elmira plant. Congressman Reed will work to ensure sustained and affordable energy for the plant and touted the facility as a model business. Anchor Glass is also investing $10 million to help retain jobs and keep the factory competitive.

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