On Tuesday, July 19, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick visited Reading-based Keurig, Incorporated, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc., to applaud the company and its employees on its long-standing commitment to innovation, job creation, corporate giving, and volunteerism. Governor Patrick was greeted by Keurig President Michelle Stacy and the entire staff at the Keurig headquarters’ entrance, where he participated in a meet-and-greet style discussion with the senior management team and then toured the facility.
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