Westlake Mayor Dennis M. Clough issued a proclamation marking it as “OxyGo Day” in the city of Westlake. The proclamation noted how the company’s concentrators improved a patient’s quality of life and how OxyGo, LLC and the Applied Companies, LLC had grown into a highly respected business, manufacturing and supplying more than 400 innovative respiratory care products.
It also cited OxyGo, LLC for being a 2016 winner of the Case Western Reserve prestigious Weatherhead School of Management 100 list of fastest growing companies in Northeast Ohio.
Dave Marquard II, owner and CEO of OxyGo and the Applied Companies, took great pride in accepting the award on behalf of all the OxyGo and Applied associates.
“It was our honor to be selected as a 2016 Weatherhead 100 Winner. Established in 1988, The Weatherhead 100 awards are the premier celebration of Northeast Ohio’s spirit of entrepreneurship and the companies leading the way in Northeast Ohio,” said Marquard.
“Each year, the Weatherhead School of Management recognizes this elite group of companies who are the best example of leadership, growth and success in our region over a period of five years. The Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University is one of the top business schools in the world,” he added.
He thanked Mayor Clough at a special lunch for the OxyGo Day proclamation and noted that the City of Westlake, OH is one of the most successful cities in the U.S. with triple A bond rating and a population of over 32,000. Marquard also noted that in addition to OxyGo LLC, Westlake is home to American Greetings, Hyland Software and Nordson Corporation, to name just a few other companies.