PLAINFIELD, Ind. – Duke Energy has awarded a grant of $3,135 to the Boone County Economic Development Corporation to create innovative marketing materials targeted to specific locations served by Duke Energy.
“Through Duke Energy’s Marketing Partnership Program, we provide funding to local and regional economic development organizations in our service territory to help attract jobs and business investment,” said Erin Schneider, Duke Energy Indiana director of economic development. “We’re proud to support these groups who are working hard to bring economic vitality to their communities.”
“We are grateful to Duke Energy for the opportunity to expand our marketing efforts and take our promotion of Zionsville and Boone County to the next level,” said Molly Whitehead, executive director of the Boone County EDC.
Duke Energy selected a total of 12 Indiana economic development groups to receive the grants through a competitive application process that demonstrated their plans for creating and achieving long-term strategic goals.
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