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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at Bus Shelter Donated by CF Industries

Monday, July 12th there was a ribbon cutting for a new bus shelter located in front of Sear

7/12/2010

Monday, July 12th there was a ribbon cutting for a new bus shelter located in front of Sear's Essentials on S. Florida Avenue (across from Lake Miriam Square Shopping Center) dedicated for use by the citizens of the Lakeland area. The shelter was purchased and installed by CF Industries, under the Citrus Connection's Community Bus Shelter Program. Commissioner Don Selvage, Lakeland Area Mass Transit District Board member thanked CF Industries for the shelter and amenities which will shield bus riders from the sun, summer rains and, in general, make waiting for a bus at that location much more pleasant. Commissioner Selvage recognized CF Industries for being a global company, producing 2.1 million tons of phosphate fertilizer each year at their Central Florida facilities, while maintaining a corporate commitment to the local communities around them. Citrus Connection staff was joined by the following representing CF Industries: Herschel Morris, Vice President Phosphate Operations; Nick Katzaras, General Manager Hardee Phosphate Complex; Richard Ghent, Director Community Affairs; Stefan Katzaras, Senior community Affairs Specialist; Callie Skipper, Community Affairs Specialist and Lind Hurst, Senior Administrative Assistant to Vice President of EHS & Engineering.



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