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Mubea North America awards $5,000 scholarships to students whose parents are company employees

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Mubea awarded $5,000 scholarships to five students whose parents are employees at a scholarship luncheon at Triple Crown in July.

Mubea recognized five students, whose parents are employees, with $5,000 scholarships. Left to right, Mubea North America president Doug Cain, students Toni Zetko, Cameron Almonrode, Mattison Bingham, Mark Andres and CJ Sadler

The following five students, the university they attend and their major, as well as the names of their parents and the department where they work are:

*Mark Andres, Accounting, Northern Kentucky University, the son of Marife Elliott, Hose Clamps

*Toni Zetko, Pre-Med, Thomas More College, the daughter of Anthony Zetko, CS Wire

*CJ Sadler, Human Nutrition, University of Kentucky, the daughter of Jeff Sadler, Hose Clamps

*Cameron Almonrode, Supply Chain, Supply Management, Middle Tennessee State University, daughter of Christine Almonrode, Hose Clamps

*Mattison Bingham, Elementary Education, University of Kentucky, daughter of Ellis Willoughby, CS Wire

Mubea manufactures automotive components, such as springs, hose clamps and stabilizer bars and began operating in Kentucky in 1982. Most recently, the company opened a state-of-the-art tailored rolled blank advanced manufacturing facility in 2013 – the first of its kind in North America. In total, Mubea employs 10,500 worldwide, including 1,400 in Florence.

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