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Triangle Manufacturing Recognized for its Corporate Growth

Triangle Manufacturing has been named one of six New Jersey companies to be chosen as an honoree for the 2022 ACG NJ Corporate Growth Award.

“To be recognized by the Association for Corporate Growth New Jersey is truly an honor,” said Dax Strohmeyer, president & CEO of Triangle Manufacturing. “Supply chain issues and rising inflation are presenting real challenges in the manufacturing sector and striving to be innovative is more important than ever. Triangle prides itself on being a progressive organization that continually reinvests in our facilities, but more importantly, in our team. At the end of the day, it’s our people that differentiate us. They are what allow us to continue to grow and prosper as an organization.”

M.J. Jolda, event co-chair of the 2022 ACG NJ Corporate Growth Conference & Awards and principal of CMO & Company, noted “The Selection Committee had a very difficult decision to make this year with all the exceptional, high quality firms that participated in this year’s nomination process”.

The CEOs of the six companies being honored will share their insights and real-life experiences about leading innovation for sustained excellence and corporate growth at the May 5 half-day event being held from 7:30 a.m. – 12:00 noon at The Palace at Somerset Park in Somerset.

The other honorees include:

  • Blue Sea Products, Thomas Jacob, chief executive officer
  • Caregility, Ron Gaboury, chief executive officer
  • Lightbridge Academy, Gigi Schweikert, chief executive officer
  • Undercover Snacks, Diana Levy, chief executive officer
  • World Insurance Associates, Rich Eknoian, chief executive officer

“We are expecting a record crowd,” observed Sally Glick, principal at Sobel & Co and co-chair of the event. “Every astute C-Suite executive, business owner, service provider and others focused on corporate growth and the M+A community in New Jersey and beyond are going to want to hear how these leaders achieved such a high level of success in their corporations. Given that we are recognizing middle market companies with annual revenues between $5 million and $500 million, there will be something for everyone in the room to immediately adapt to their own situations and company culture.”

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