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Procter and Gamble thanks Albany city workers

P&G showed their appreciation for city workers on Wednesday. (Source: WALB) P&G showed their appreciation for city workers on Wednesday. (Source: WALB)
Procter and Gamble presented the city workers awards and P&G products on Wednesday.  (Source: WALB) Procter and Gamble presented the city workers awards and P&G products on Wednesday.  (Source: WALB)
Albany P&G Plant Manager Werhner Washington (Source: WALB) Albany P&G Plant Manager Werhner Washington (Source: WALB)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

On Wednesday night, Procter and Gamble thanked three city workers, Jeffrey Hughes, Phil Roberson and Mike Caps for keeping production going during the December flood.

The Plant manager said that those workers helped P&G meet heavy customer demand, even though flooding forced the plant to reduce it's flow of waste water by 50 percent for three days.

"And through some terrific collaboration and creativity from three of our city employees we were able to restore our production and meet all of our shipments to our customers and for that we are very grateful," said Albany P&G Plant Manager Werhner Washington.

Procter and Gamble presented the city workers awards and P&G products on Wednesday. 

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