Collins & Aikman, a $2 billion automotive supplier, will officially inaugurate its global headquarters located in Troy, Mich. Chairman and CEO, Thomas E. Evans, Oakland County Executive, L. Brooks Patterson and Mayor of Troy, Jeanne Stine will be on-hand to help inaugurate the Company’s presence in Oakland County. In addition, Representative Robert Gosselin, Margaret O’Reilly from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation and Pat Wierzbicki, Regional Representative for U.S. Senator Spence Abraham will be at the ceremony.
During the evening reception, guests will have an opportunity to tour the global headquarters, the Exhibit Room and Surface Design Room and will also receive a sneak peek at the Company’s latest interior styling concept – ReMyx(TM).

This will take pace on Thursday, June 29, 2000, 4 p.m. ET with reception immediately following ribbon-cutting ceremony at 5755 New King Court, Troy, Mich.

Collins & Aikman Corporation is a global manufacturer of floor and acoustic systems and a leading supplier of automotive fabric, interior trim and convertible top systems. The company’s operations span the globe with 63 facilities and nearly 16,000 employees in 12 countries who are committed to achieving total excellence. Collins & Aikman’s high-quality products combine industry-leading design and styling capabilities, superior manufacturing capabilities and the industry’s most effective NVH “quiet” technologies. For more information about Collins & Aikman, visit the company’s web site at