STATEHOUSE (April 19, 2016) – State Rep. Peggy Mayfield (R-Martinsville) Monday at the Statehouse helped honor Curry Auto Center Inc. for 101 years of service.
Cary and Julie Curry, owners of the local business, joined Mayfield in accepting the Governor’s Century Award. Mayfield said the award recognizes Hoosier companies for their longevity and service to its employees, community and the state.
“Curry Auto Center is one of 25 Indiana companies recognized today,” Mayfield said. “Being a small-business owner myself, I understand Cary and Julie face many challenges. The auto industry has experienced significant changes over the last century and Curry Auto Center has persevered for more than 100 years. I wish them continued success.”
According to Mayfield, Indiana recently ranked first in the Midwest and fourth in the nation for best business climate.
“Curry Auto Center is one of many Indiana businesses providing jobs to hard-working Hoosiers and boosting our economy,” Mayfield said.
Rep. Mayfield (R-Martinsville) represents portions of Morgan and Monroe counties and is the Asst. Majority Floor Leader. She serves as a member of Ways and Means and Insurance committees.
NOTE TO THE EDITOR: Attached and below is a picture of State Rep. Peggy Mayfield (R-Martinsville) with the owner of Curry Auto Center Inc. Cary Currry and Gov. Mike Pence.