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County Loan Helps Spur JAFE Decroating Expansion

GREENVILLE - For the second time since JAFE Decorating came under new ownership in 2010, the specialty glasspainting and coating company will be expanding and adding jobs. With the help of a $180,000 loan from Darke County’s low-interest revolving loan fund, the company plans to create at least 20 new full-time positions and add 14,000 square feet to their Greenville production facility.

From October 23, 2014 edition of The Daily Advocate

Staff Report

GREENVILLE - For the second time since JAFE Decorating came under new ownership in 2010, the specialty glasspainting and coating company will be expanding and adding jobs. With the help of a $180,000 loan from Darke County’s low-interest revolving loan fund, the company plans to create at least 20 new full-time positions and add 14,000 square feet to their Greenville production facility.

“The company has seen steady growth in the past few years so we couldn’t be more pleased to have this current expansion underway,” commented JAFE co-owner, Randy O’Dell. “The community support has been great but theproject wouldn’t have been possible without the strong management and production team we’re fortunate to have in place at JAFE.”

This is the second time that JAFE has partnered with the county, in conjunction with the Partnering for Progress initiative, to help grow local operations. The county’s program helped JAFE acquire new machinery and equipment in 2011 in an expansion that almost doubled employment from approximately 30 employees to the 58 current positions. The current $180,000 loan has been issued by the county at 1.5 percent for seven years and again will be applied towards the purchase of new equipment. The resulting growth will likely push JAFE’s employment higher than 80 positions, a total that should place the company among the top 10 manufacturers in Darke County.

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