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Saluk Notes Cooperation as Key to Success

VERSAILLES – How do you sell your community to somebody who doesn’t know it well? That was the question Economic Development Director Marc Saluk posed to over 100 Partnering for Progress members and invited guests at Stillwater Valley Golf Course July 24.

From the 8-2-15 edition of The Early Bird

By Bob Robinson, Associate Editor

VERSAILLES – How do you sell your community to somebody who doesn’t know it well? That was the question Economic Development Director Marc Saluk posed to over 100 Partnering for Progress members and invited guests at Stillwater Valley Golf Course July 24.

At the top of the list for the quarterly presentation was private-public cooperation. “There are still communities out there that lose growth opportunities because they can’t work together,” Saluk said. Darke County has succeeded due to its “all hands on deck” approach.

Saluk then told the group another selling point is to tell about the people who are already here. “When I came to Ohio, nobody ever heard of this community,” he said. “But they have heard of Whirlpool… Midmark… Fram…” If companies like these are in the community, it is more likely other companies will consider Darke County as an option for their location plans.

Saluk talked about quality of life as something companies look at: low crime rate, health care, housing, public schools, recreational opportunities. All of these are strong points for Darke County. Site Selection magazine recently ranked Darke County No. 17 in the nation for location desirability......

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