Grant County Honors Business Investment

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(photo courtesy of Glen Devitt Photography) (photo courtesy of Glen Devitt Photography)
GRANT COUNTY -

Nearly 90 businesses in Grant County are being celebrated for their investment into the community. The Grant County Economic Growth Council says the companies made a total of $93 million in capital investments last year.

The council each year honors businesses that make investments of $25,000 or more. Council President Brett Carey says the continued investment by businesses throughout the county is "pivotal to the long-term success of our community."

The council says the investments create more employment opportunities, higher quality public services, increased philanthropy, more entertainment and fine dining options, and more incentive to continue to boost the local economy. 

The businesses honored by the council for their 2018 investments include:

  • Upland Print and Stitch
  • Polished Nail Salon
  • Walnut Creek Market
  • Belle Tire
  • Agricor
  • Arby's
  • Texas Road House
  • Mason Village Apartments
  • McDonald's
  • Dollar General Marion
  • Dollar General Upland
  • Central Indiana Ethanol
  • Armes Hunt Funeral Home
  • Jennerjahn LLC
  • Ivanhoes
  • Ridley Towers
  • Downtown Building
  • Sender Wellness
  • Halsted Office
  • Downtown Building
  • BDP Real Estate
  • IMG
  • 1305 Kem Road
  • American Woodmark
  • Bahr Brothers
  • Exeon 
  • Earthwise Plastics
  • Precision Tool and Die
  • Mason Village
  • Hoosier Jiffy
  • Matthews Feed & Grain
  • Meshingomesia
  • JTR
  • Train Station Café
  • Ruler Foods
  • Ruler Foods
  • Bad Dad Brewery and Pizza
  • Hampton Inn
  • Foliaj Farms
  • Ivy Tech Greenhouse
  • Sunsout
  • Dollar General
  • General Motors
  • MGH
  • IWU
  • Taylor
  • Glickfield Law
  • National Machine & Conveyor
  • Hartson Kennedy
  • Bowman Construction
  • Casey's General Store Gas City
  • JG Bowers
  • Riverside Community Credit Untion
  • Indiana Liquor Group
  • Modern Machine
  • Atlas Foundry
  • STAR Bank North Branch
  • Armes Hunt Funeral Home
  • McClure Oil W Main Street Gas City
  • O'Reilly Auto Parts
  • Columbian Block 
  • Design Studios 407
  • J Trans
  • Bad Apple Graphic
  • Gardner Family Allstate
  • Armes Hunt Funeral Home
  • Mama Pearson's Soaporium
  • Downing Vineyard & Winery
  • Kids Kraze
  • Bruner Dental
  • Jefferson Street Barbeque
  • Rachel Taste of Indiana
  • Owen  Weilert Dunchan Funeral Home
  • BECK's Pool
  • First Option Trucking
  • Tree of Life
  • CIC
  • WMTV Channel 27
  • Boutique 125
  • Ride, LLC
  • Bob Adam's Discount Furniture & Mattress
  • Pioneer Packaging
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