The Sheboygan Paint Company’s plant in Cedartown is joining in celebrations for the 100th anniversary of the Wisconsin-based company’s founding.

Company executives and ownership will join the more than 40 employees of the Cedartown plant at week’s end to help bury a time capsule along with another special guest to the event. The morning anniversary event celebrates a company that over the past century began humbly in Sheboygan, Wisconsin making stains for chairs and now serves a variety of industries on an international level. Cedartown Plant Manager Scott Porterfield – who started in the company in the 1980s and worked his way up to his current position – said Cedartown’s plant generates more than 1 million gallons of paint per year used in industrial products, ranging from storage racks to dumpsters.

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