Pontiac GMC
Pontiac is an American car company, which is owned and manufactured by General Motors.  It is considered one of the luxury and performance lines of the GM's automobile portfolio. They
   December 12, 1976
Task Force
Throughout its history, PS&C has focused its efforts toward reliability and total isolation of the power source disturbances from the customer's loads.  With such a strong emphasis on reliability, the
   March 13, 1976
General Telephone & Electronics Corporation (now Verizon) is one of the largest telephone companies in the United States.  The company was founded in 1934 and is one of the largest
   October 26, 1975
Lake Charles Memorial Hospital
Lake Charles Memorial Hospital is the largest medical center in Southwest Louisiana.  It was established in 1952 to serve the surrounding area with a family-centered medical focus.  They are committed
   July 9, 1975
The University of Louisville is a public university in Kentucky founded in 1798. It was first city-owned public university in the United States and is a member of the Kentucky
   May 20, 1975
Southwire Company is North America's leading manufacturer of wire and cable used in the distribution and transmission of electricity.  They were founded in 1937 when their founder, Roy Richards, started
   April 4, 1975
Ford Motor Company
Ford Motor Company is an American automaker and was founded in 1930.  Henry Ford, the founder, is famous for revolutionizing the automobile assembly line and making cars affordable for the
   September 12, 1974
University of North Carolina
University of North Carolina is a public research university and was the first public institution of higher education in North Carolina.  The school opened its doors in 1795 and is
   June 13, 1974
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is the federal national public health institute of the United States, and is a federal agency under the Department of Health and
   October 3, 1973
Cental Carolina Bank
Central Carolina Bank and Trust (now Truist Financial) is a banking and financial institution.  They are headquartered in Durham, North Carolina with over 100 branches through the state. They were
   July 5, 1973
Nabisco or the National Biscuit Company is an American cookie and snacks manufacturer.  The company was founded in 1898 and is one of the largest food manufacturers in the country. 
   March 25, 1973
First National Bank
First National Bank of South Carolina is a banking and financial institution that offers personal and commercial banking services.  The bank was founded in 1905 and is headquartered in Holy
   January 11, 1973
General Foods
General Foods Corporation (now KraftHeinz) is a leader in the United States food industry.  In 1929, the name General Foods was adopted after several acquisitions of other brands in the
   September 29, 1972
Bank of Idaho
Bank of Idaho is a banking, mortgage and trust financial institution with locations through Idaho. Their headquarters is located in Idaho Falls with branches in Pocatella, St. Anthony, Ashton and
   June 29, 1972
Iowa-Illinois Gas & Electric (now MidAmerican Energy Company) is an electric and gas utility.  The company is in the business of generating, transmitting, distributing, and selling electric energy, as well
   April 11, 1972
Fliroda Power Corporation
Florida Power Corporation (now Duke Energy Florida) is the generation, transmission and distribution sector of Florida Progress Corporatio.  The company distributes power over much of central and north Florida.  Florida
   September 16, 1971
First Union
First Union Bank (now Wells Fargo & Company) is a bank holding company that provides commercial and retail banking services in eleven states in the eastern United States.  First Union
   July 4, 1971
Phillip Morris
Phillip Morris is an American multinational cigarette and tobacco manufacturing company.  Its most recognized product being the Marlboro brand. Power Systems & Controls will be providing Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
   May 10, 1971
City of El Paso
The Public Service Board (PSB) of El Paso, Texas is the seven-member board of trustees that manages and controls El Paso Water Utilities and its systems – water, wastewater, reclaimed
   August 11, 1970
Central Illinois Publis Service Company
Central Illinois Public Service Company is an electric streetcar holding company and power utility first organized in 1902.  Streetcars, unlike cable cars, run on steel rails and are propelled by
   June 19, 1970