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Moran tours Fuller Brush for first time, learns of industry woes

Brady Gros, president and CEO of Fuller Industries west of Great Bend, left, explains the plant operations to Sen. Jerry Moran. Moran tour Fuller as part of a whirlwind visit to central Kansas.

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 In his 18 years of serving Barton County, first as a congressman and now as a senator, Jerry Moran had never set foot in Fuller Brush. He rectified that Monday afternoon.
“I’m here to see the success,” the veteran Republican lawmaker said. He referred to the December 2012 purchase of Fuller’s production business by local investors.
Moran toured the Fuller Industries plant west of Great Bend while on a whirlwind visit to central Kansas. He had already made stops in LaCrosse and Hays and was headed to Manhattan.
Brady Gros, Fuller Industries president and CEO, along with investors ...

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