U.S. Sen. David Vitter (R-La.), Chairman of the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Committee, today announced Six C Fabrication of Winnfield, La. as Small Business of the Week and has submitted it into the official Congressional Record.

“Consistent economic growth is essential to the development and success of a small business,” said Vitter. “Six C Fabrication has built a solid and certainly successful operation in North Central Louisiana. Congratulations to Six C Fabrication for being selected as Small Business of the Week. We appreciate and recognize your great success and contribution to Louisiana’s manufacturing industry and the local economy.”

In 1990 Robin Cummings founded Six C Fabrication with the goal to provide Louisiana with the best and most efficient service for fabrication. Initially focusing on the lumber and pulp industries, Six C now serves a cross section of compressor station, power piping, process piping, petrochemical operations, and pulp and paper industries. Additionally, Six C has received numerous awards and recognitions, including the 2008 Business of the Year for Winnfield, La., Louisiana Workers’ Compensation Corporation 70 Safest Companies of 2010 award, and 2011 Kisatchie-Delta Entrepreneur of the Year, among others.

As Chairman of the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Vitter is continuing the tradition of honoring America’s legacy of small businesses.