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Second National Bank Continues Support of P4P

DARKE COUNTY- Second National Bank continued its support of local development efforts recently by backing Darke County’s Partnering for Progress (P4P) initiative again in 2015. This marks the seventh consecutive year that the bank, an original founder of the P4P initiative, has supported the countywide, public-private development effort.

DARKE COUNTY- Second National Bank continued its support of local development efforts recently by backing Darke County’s Partnering for Progress (P4P) initiative again in 2015. This marks the seventh consecutive year that the bank, an original founder of the P4P initiative, has supported the countywide, public-private development effort.

“The Partnership has continued to have a high level of success tackling issues that directly impact the growth of Darke County,” stated Second National President & CEO John Swallow. “Whether it’s P4P’s strong business retention efforts, the many workforce development programs, or the forging of strong relationships with neighboring counties, we want to support programs that strengthen the local economy”

According to Darke County Economic Development Director Marc Saluk, the P4P initiative has worked with local businesses to help create or retain over 1,600 jobs since 2010 (mostly in the well-paying manufacturing sector) and contributed heavily to recent major business expansions at Whirlpool, JAFE, FRAM, PolyOne, and Ramco Electric Motors

“There’s little question that Second National’s support has directly impacted our ability to launch successful development programs.” stated Saluk. “Great partners lead to great success, and that’s what they’ve been to us.”

Saluk stated that, in addition to the jobs created, P4P-assisted company projects have also led to $56M in additional annual payroll in the Darke County community as well as a total investment of approximately $120 million dollars through business expansions. P4P also works to lay the infrastructure for future growth through its workforce development initiative, land and building development, and regional partnerships. For more information on Partnering for Progress, please call the Economic Development Office at 937-548-3250.