Dayton Region 'H2Open for Business': Campaign Links Water Supply, Business Development
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Dayton Region 'H2Open for Business': Campaign Links Water Supply, Business Development New initiative promoting rich water supply targets business investment from drought-prone markets DAYTON, Ohio, April 21 /PRNewswire/ -- The Dayton Region Monday launched a new business development campaign based on a key resource that's always been present, but not always recognized - water. (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20070814/CLTU009LOGO ) The "H2Open for Business" campaign shares the word about the Dayton Region's plentiful water supply: a 1.5 trillion gallon aquifer continuously refreshed by an immense watershed extending across southwest Ohio. The campaign drives business development interest to www.h2openforbusiness.com. "The Dayton Region is rich; rich with a resource that is in high demand and short supply across many parts of the country," said John Landess, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Dayton Development Coalition. According to the Ohio Business Development Coalition, the nonprofit organization that markets the state for capital investment, the combination of natural resources, business infrastructure and workforce talent make Dayton highly attractive for capital investors to include on their final list of locations to complete due diligence. "Water is becoming recognized worldwide as one of the leading resources critical for development in the 21st century," said Landess. "The Dayton Region can not only provide solutions for business through abundant water supply, but also create solutions to logistics and skilled workforce challenges. 'H2Open for Business' invites new businesses to Get Midwest by proving that we really do think of everything." The Dayton Region's water supply is not only immense - so that there are never water supply shortages- it also is capable of generating yields in excess of 2,000 gallons of water per minute, and providing a valuable source of geothermal energy. "In addition to the rich natural resources found in the Dayton Region and throughout state, businesses are looking to Ohio to take advantage of a healthy business development climate that should be on every CEO's list of location options," said Ed Burghard, executive director of the Ohio Business Development Coalition. "Ohio's low-cost, low-stress communities and combination of micropolitan and metropolitan cities provides executives and employees the resources and time to make any ambition achievable. Ohio truly is the state of perfect balance." For more information on business development or business relocation, visit www.ohiomeansbusiness.com. For more information about the Dayton Region, visit www.getmidwest.com. SOURCE Dayton Region Dace de la Foret, Paul Werth Associates, +1-614-224-8114, ext. 235, firstname.lastname@example.org, for Dayton Region
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