Prototron Circuit Tucson Wins Copper Cactus Award


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Prototron Circuits recently received the coveted Copper Cactus Award, given by the Tucson Metro Chamber. Presented by Wells Fargo Bank with co-sponsors Intuit & Casino Del Sol Resort, the Tucson Metro Chamber Copper Cactus Awards recognizes Southern Arizona business in the areas of Business Growth, Best Place to Work, Innovation through Technology, Small Business Leader of the Year and Charitable Non-Profit Business.

The Copper Cactus Awards celebrate the accomplishments and innovation of Southern Arizona's small business for their work environments, growth, community stewardship, innovation and leadership.

Prototron Circuits received the award for its introduction of proprietary hybrid lamination process using dissimilar material.

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Commenting on this award, Kim O'Neil, General Manager for Prototron Circuits, said, "It is truly an honor to be recognized in this way, but I want to make clear that this was a team effort. Dedicated and loyal employees at all levels of our organization work very hard every day to insure that we are always not only meeting, but exceeding our customers’ needs and expectations."

Dave Ryder, Owner and President of Prototron Circuits, added, "This is a great honor for our folks down in Tucson. They have worked very hard and overcome many challenges over the years to make Prototron Tucson the success story that this award represents."

About Prototron

In business since 1987, Prototron is one of the industry leaders when it comes to High Technology Quick Turn Printed Circuits boards. Their continued outstanding performance (98%+ Quality and Delivery) has made them a preferred source of all companies needing reliable QTA PCBs. Prototron Circuits is truly America’s board shop.

Prototron has facilities in Redmond, Washington and Tucson, Arizona.

For more information go to www.prototron.com.

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