Watts picnic

From left, Mayor Tony Giunta, Watts Chief Executive Officer Bob Pagano and Munish Nanda, president, Americas and Europe, enjoy a laugh during a recent picnic for employees at Watts’ site in Franklin. (Courtesy photo)

FRANKLIN — Mayor Tony Giunta joined Watts Chief Executive Officer Bob Pagano, Munish Nanda, president, Americas and Europe, and hundreds of Watts employees to celebrate longtime service milestones at a picnic. The Franklin site is the company’s largest factory in the world. Employees were treated to a cookout lunch, entered into a raffle for a series of prizes and all took home new Watts tee-shirts.

Giunta addressed the crowd and emphasized the importance of Watts’ 60-year relationship with the town, while Pagano and Nanda thanked the site for its hard work and collective efforts.

For more information about Watts Water Technologies, Inc., visit www.watts.com

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