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KAMO marks 75th anniversary



When it first started, KAMO had seven employees and made its own cleaning supplies.

“I still have the original recipes,” said Jack Weinstein, the company’s CEO, at a banquet Wednesday evening at the Augusta Museum of History, marking the company’s 75th anniversary.

Nov. 2 was also the birthda...

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  1. CONGRATULATIONS KAMO!! Growing during the pandemic and recession is a wonder, driven by astute and careing Jack and Harris Weinstein and the great team they built and nurture. I sat next to three of the KAMO employees at last night’s celebration. All were proud, happy and enthusiastic team members. DON’T SLOW DOEN KAMO!!!!!

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