|Ernie Silvers, chief executive officer of Egge Machine Co., will be
honored in a ceremony recognizing the contributions of small businesses
to the state of California.
Ernie Silvers, chief executive officer of Egge Machine Co., will be honored in a ceremony recognizing the contributions of small businesses to the state of California. Egge Machine, a SEMA member, was chosen to receive the recognition by State Assemblymember Tony Mendoza.
California Small Business Day, "A Salute to Small Business," will take place at the Sacramento Convention Center on Tuesday, May 25. The event is being sponsored by the California Small Business Association, a volunteer-driven nonprofit organization with a mission to provide small business with a meaningful voice in state and federal governments.
Founded in 1915, Egge Machine Co. manufactures internal engine components for antique, classic and collector cars, as well as engine kits and performance products for domestic cars and trucks built from 1900 until 1980.
Based in Santa Fe Springs, California, Egge supplies the needs of automotive enthusiasts nationwide, providing rare parts for vehicles that have long been out of production.