Every weekday, three buses travel out from Vector Industries across Waynesboro, Staunton and Augusta County to pick up employees. More than half of the 70 employees at Vector, a unique nonprofit business that employs and trains persons with diverse disabilities to enable them to reach their potential as productive community members, wouldn’t be able to get to work without the bus rides.
Vector: Since 1969
Vector does ‘great work’“The final product is exactly what we want it to be ... go see the work they’re doing, go see where they’re doing it, and see for yourself. They do great work.”
- Hayes Humphreys, Devils Backbone2014-01-27T17:58:27+00:00
Great company!"I can't say enough how great a job Vector Industries does for us! We rely heavily upon their employees to fulfill important tasks for us, and they never fail to deliver. Thanks, Vector!"
- Mark Frazier, NIBCO2014-01-27T17:56:59+00:00
Vector ‘extremely valuable’“I’d love to see them get more clients, get more business and employ more folks. They’re doing something that’s extremely valuable and at the same time filling an important role in society.”
- Hayes Humphreys, Devils Backbone2014-07-29T14:27:46+00:00
Vector gets the job done“Vector has proven themselves time and time and time again to be very industrious in terms of always being willing to look at a new project, time-study it and quote it, and to be able to work it quickly.”
- Rob Mason, Parker Bows2014-10-03T13:12:50+00:00
Vector is important to us“It’s very important to us to support Vector. We feel a strong obligation to provide them with meaningful work that can allow them to help earn a living and to be productive."
- Rob Mason, Parker Bows2014-10-03T13:13:23+00:00
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