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PR Machine Works Celebrates 50th Anniversary
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  Originally Published on: 7/25/2014

PR Machine Works on Nussbaum Parkway in Ontario celebrates its 50th anniversary Friday and Saturday. The company was founded in 1964 by Gene and Sue Romanchuk and today is owned by their son, Mark. A tent and tables are set-up outside as customers, potential customers, and other well-wishers are welcome to enjoy food from Ed Pickens' Cafe' on Main. PR Machine Works has two buildings totaling 86,000 square feet. One of the buildings also houses a sister company, Slick Automotive Solutions. Mark Romanchuk says he is pleased with his company's place in the machine parts manufacturing and fabrication industry, and its contribution to the Mansfield area economy.

   
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