OAKLAND OFFERS PRIZES TO ELIMINATE WASTE
The Ludington Daily News
May 26, 1929
A thrift campaign, laid out on the same extensive plan as its large scale manufacturing operations, is now in progress at the Oakland Motor Car company, at Pontiac, Mich.
Since the modern plant of the company is now being operated in a highly efficient manner, the campaign is designated primarily to discover new ways or processes to eliminate waste of time or materials in the building of Oakland and Pontiac Sixes.
To enlist the aid of the workman in the campaign, the company management has offered, for suggestions which outline practical means for cutting the costs of production, prizes totaling more than $1,200.
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