Consumers cuts the ribbon on new West Branch service station
WEST BRANCH — Community members and employees of Consumers Energy celebrated the opening of the new Consumers Energy Service Station in West Branch during a ceremony June 6.
Several speakers were on hand to talk about the new building, including Sen. John Moolenaar and Economic Development Corporation Chairman Rick Benjamin.
A ribbon was cut to celebrate the opening of the facility, which replaces five other stations around the region, and tours were given to those in attendance. The new 29,000-square-foot facility employs around 90 people, and cost $10.3 million to build.
See a full story about the ceremony and the facility in the June 12 edition of the Ogemaw County Herald.