This family-owned business is all about giving backâ€"to their community and employees.
Gold Eagle was named Illinois Manufacturer of the Year. From left to right: Jack Lavin, Director of DCEO, Lawrence Eppley, Chairman of the Board for the University of Illinois, Bob Hirsch, Chairman of Gold Eagle, Rich Hirsch, Senior Vice President of Gold Eagle, Mary Rose Hennessy, Executive Director for the University of Illinois - (BIS), Marc Blackman, President/CEO of Gold Eagle.
What it does: Manufactures and distributes automotive fuel additives and chemicals
Gold Eagle is a family business going back three generations. With a sizable staff, Marc Blackman, the company's CEO, notes they have a comprehensive benefits package, which includes flexible summertime hours, remote working arrangements and extensive wellness programs. The company is devoted to actively participating in community service events and staff members can also look forward to regular company BBQ's to celebrate their accomplishments.
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