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5th-generation Hamrick named company president


CAMERON HAMRICK CAMERON HAMRICK Hamrick Mills in Gaffney is pleased to announce that Cameron W. Hamrick has been elected president of the company.

Cameron is a 5th-generation family member of the company’s founder, Dr. W.C. Hamrick. He graduated from Clemson University in 2001 with a degree in Textile Management and then started his career with National Textiles in its management training program. In 2004 he returned to Hamrick Mills and has worked in various capacities with the company since that time, most recently as VP of Manufacturing for the company’s Musgrove Plant.

He lives in Gaffney with his wife, Brooke, and daughter Adrienne.

Hamrick Mills is a 116-year-old family textile company with two plants, Hamrick and Musgrove, both located in Gaffney.

The company is a leading producer of greige fabrics which go into the apparel, home furnishings and industrial markets and is firmly woven into the fabric of the county, the state and the textile industry.

The hands-on family structure gives Hamrick Mills a culture that ensures integrity, flexibility, responsiveness and total commitment to its shareholders, employees, customers, suppliers and community.

Hamrick Mills has maintained success over time by responding and adapting to change, investing in technology and remaining totally customer focused in its efforts. Today’s two-plant operation, corporate headquarters and sales offices are all located in Gaffney and employ 450 people under the direction of the 4th- and 5th-generation family members.

In related business, W. Carlisle Hamrick and A. Wardlaw Hamrick have been elevated to co-chairmen of the Board, Charles Hamrick has been reelected secretary/treasurer and David Dorman has been re-elected assistant treasurer.

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