Tuesday, October 20, 2009
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Covington-based SKC Inc. recently donated $30,285 to Georgia Emergency Management Agency for flood relief efforts. Pictured, from left, are GEMA Director Charley English, SKC President Ho Jo Kim, Gov. Sonny Perdue and SKC Research and Business Development Director Jeff Hudspeth. Gov. Sonny Perdue commended SKC for its contribution. "Georgia's corporate and private citizens have done a remarkable job of coming together to support their communities throughout the state's recent flooding," Perdue said. "SKC and its chairman, Shin Won Choi, are a perfect example of our citizens going the extra step to assist communities that were damaged and lives that were disrupted by the flooding." SKC is a manufacturer of polyester films. Globally, the company produces 300 million pounds of film a year.