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Courtesy of Irby Irby, a subsidiary of Sonepar USA, recently celebrated its 90th anniversary. Irby was founded in 1926, by Stuart C. Irby, and is still headquartered in Jackson, with 65 locations in 25 states. The anniversary celebration kicked-off with a Vendor Expo/Counter Day where 33 of Irby’s top sponsoring vendors were represented. Irby also celebrated its loyal employees by providing every Irby employee company-wide with commemorative gifts and a t-shirt displaying the special 90th anniversary logo. The day concluded at Cathead Distillery where customers, vendors and employees enjoyed dinner and dancing.

Irby celebrates turning 90

Irby, a subsidiary of Sonepar USA, recently celebrated its 90th anniversary. Irby was founded in 1926, by Stuart C. Irby, and is still headquartered in Jackson, with 65 locations in 25 states. The anniversary celebration kicked-off with a Vendor Expo/Counter Day where 33 of Irby’s top sponsoring vendors were represented. Irby also celebrated its loyal employees by providing every Irby employee company-wide with commemorative gifts and a t-shirt displaying the special 90th anniversary logo. The day concluded at Cathead Distillery where customers, vendors and employees enjoyed dinner and dancing.

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One comment

  1. Hope they treat their employees better now than they used too. As a former employee I can personally testify that all employees were not treated well.

    Charlie Brett
    Tupelo Ms

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