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Cope Plastics, Inc.

4441 Industrial Dr., Alton, IL, 62002, USA

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Cope Plastics Featured in Net Worth TV Show

Press release date: February 3, 2014

Cope Plastics, Inc. – Alton, IL recently shot a TV spot with Net Worth TV, featuring Terry Bradshaw. The national TV spot, which is set to air early 2014, promotes the plastics industry and Cope’s unique capabilities to provide logistics, cutting and tight tolerance machining. The video also highlights the expanding recycling program offered to customers through the new solar-powered Cope Plastics Processing Center.

Cope is committed to making the world a better place. This commitment involves partnering with suppliers, customers and the community to minimize the negative environmental impact while increasing sustainability and green initiatives through innovation, education and social responsibility. The company recycles 90% of the materials they sell, equaling over 1.5 million pounds of plastic each year.

Check out the video here: http://www.copeplastics.com/01-31-14-featured-on-net-worth.html

Cope Plastics, Inc. is the premier distributor and fabricator of plastic sheet, rod and tube across the Midwest delivering solutions to our valued customers since 1946. The company is proud to be a certified Women Owned Business by the NWBOC since 2012. Visit us at www.copeplastics.com
 
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