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Skyward, supporters move forward after protest

8:33 PM, Feb. 18, 2013
Skyward Inc. holds its annual meeting Monday at the Stevens Point Holiday Inn & Convention Center.
Skyward Inc. holds its annual meeting Monday at the Stevens Point Holiday Inn & Convention Center.
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Despite the ongoing firestorm about the possible future of Skyward Inc. in Wisconsin, officials remained optimistic as employees gathered for the company's annual meeting Monday in Stevens Point.

About 250 of the company's 389 employees attended the event, held at the Holiday Inn & Convention Center. In addition to discussing company initiatives, the company honored 54 employees for either their second, fifth or 10th year with the company. The company later held a dinner for employees with 25 years or more of service.

Skyward CEO Cliff King, who said the event has been held annually since ...

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