REPRINTED FROM THE REVIEW TIMES (PHOTO BY MORGAN MANNS)– Community members look, touch and feel the products of NOX Corporation Tuesday following the grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony. The South Korea-based vinyl tile maker built a $2 million, 16,820-square-foot addition onto the existing 330,000 square feet at the former Atlas Crankshaft building on U.S. 23. Officials showcased the expansion, equipment, tile-making process and NOX Corp. during the event. Those in attendance included city and state officials and representatives with Roppe Corporation, Callies Performance Products, Mennel Milling Inc., Ford Family Dealerships, Good Shepherd Home, Independence House, OhioMeansJobs and more, as well as community members. Those in attendance were introduced to NOX Corp and its administrators before the ribbon-cutting ceremony. They were also given the opportunity to take a tour of the plant.