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Business of the Quarter Named

GREENVILLE - Ramco Electric Motors was named the Partnering for Progress Business of the Quarter on Friday at the quarterly meeting held at Stillwater Golf Course in Versailles.

From the July 29, 2014 edition of The Daily Advocate

By Heather Meade, Staff Writer

GREENVILLE - Ramco Electric Motors was named the Partnering for Progress Business of the Quarter on Friday at the quarterly meeting held at Stillwater Golf Course in Versailles.

The recognition this quarter was given to Ramco for their continued and deeply vested interests in the Darke County Workforce Development Center and the subsequent training provided not only for the adult workforce, both employed and unemployed, but also the emerging workforce, Darke County’s youth. It’s an on-going effort, in full swing for the last several years, said Marc Saluk, director of Darke County Economic Development, and workforce development will remain one of Partnering for Progress and Darke County Economic Development’s top priorities.

“We chose Ramco as the Business of the Quarter to bring attention to the great work being done with those companies who aren’t in the news a lot,” Saluk explained. “These companies are still very important to our community. Workforce development is still our number one priority, and there are a lot of people devoting their time to make that a sustainable effort…Ramco has given us a great deal of their time, not just a small sacrifice of time,” Saluk continued. “Wherever we’ve needed them, they’ve been there.”

Dave Dunaway, Ramco Electric Motors, explained that it’s a relationship built in symbiosis.

“It’s a symbiotic relationship, we have to work together to move forward,” Dunaway noted. “What we’re doing is not all that special, it’s what we should be doing…Everyone here is working to help move the community forward.”

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