Valero Energy Corp. executives met informally with Albion and Boone County business and government officials last Friday, Sept. 25, at the Albion Country Club.
The Valero corporate leaders wanted to send a message that the corporation seeks strong relationships with the communities where its plants are located.
Andy Roberts, local plant manager, started the presentation by thanking his staff and the Valero leadership for having faith in the capabilities of the local plant.
“We are concerned about fulfilling our responsibilities, and we hope for a long relationship with the community,” said Jim Gillingham, senior vice president and project director for alternative energy and special projects director. “We think we made the right choice to be here.”
See the Sept. 30 Albion News Print Edition for details.