Old Liberty Glass Plant marks 100 years

As an anchor of industry in Sapulpa, the glass plant on Oklahoma 66 has stood as an icon not only as an economic driver, but also as a testament to corporate responsibility and community reinvestment.

One hundred years ago this month construction began on this plant,” said Verallia Sapulpa Plant Manager Steve Cedoz at a VIP filled gathering celebrating Sapulpa’s sole remaining glassware producer ushering in a new era of Energy Star certification efficiency Oct. 23...Read more.As an anchor of industry in Sapulpa, the glass plant on Oklahoma 66 has stood as an icon not only as an economic driver, but also as a testament to corporate responsibility and community reinvestment.

“One hundred years ago this month construction began on this plant,” said Verallia Sapulpa Plant Manager Steve Cedoz at a VIP filled gathering celebrating Sapulpa’s sole remaining glassware producer ushering in a new era of Energy Star certification efficiency Oct. 23...

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