Partners of LEDC

Thank You to Our Supporters

We would like to thank our partners for their support of Lincolnland Economic Development Corporation and the future of Spencer County. Following are the partners who have committed to support our efforts in 2016. Please join us!

Become a Partner.pdf

 

CHAIRMAN’S ROUNDTABLE PARTNERS

 

 

 

 

 

PRESIDENTIAL PARTNERS

 

 

 

 

 

EXECUTIVE PARTNERS

 

Indiana Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local Union #16
Indiana/Kentucky/Ohio Regional Council of Carpenters & MillwrightsI
MPW Industrial Services
Perry County Port Authority
PPMI Construction Company
Amenity Insurance
Edwards & Associates
Deaconess Health Systems
National Office Furniture - Santa Claus
Toyota Motor Manufacturing
Waupaca Foundry
Global Warehousing Distribution/ Diamond J Trucking

PATRON PARTNERS

AK Steel Corp.- Rockport Works
AT&T
Blankenberger Brothers, Inc.
C&S, Inc.
City of Rockport
Dr. C. Michael Wood
Fifth Third Bank
Key Associates of Rockport
Key Associates of Santa Claus
Laborers' Local 561
Lauer's Floral & Gift Shop, Inc.
Lindsey Law Office
Martin-Serrin, Inc.
Morley and Associates, Inc.
Plumbers & Steamfitters Local 136
PSC
Spencer Industries, Inc.
Winkler, Inc.

 

ASSOCIATE PARTNERS

Boilermakers Local 374
Champion Ford REO
Comfort Inn & Suites
Freedom Bank
Grow Southwest Indiana Workforce
Gruber Industries
Hydronic & Steam Equipment Co.
Lochmueller Group
OnSite Health & Safety Services, LLC
Owensboro Health
Rockport Roll Shop
RK Hospitality, LLC
Schum Monuments, Inc.
Singleton Farms
Sunbelt Rentals
Universal Design Associates, Inc.
W.B. Koester, LLC
 

 

Become a partner of LEDC. You can help us to continue to improve and diversify our local economy. To become a partner, please contact LEDC or print out our partnership form:  Fax 812-649-2236 Phone 82-649-2119 or Email specialproject@ledc.org.

Become a Partner.pdf

Notice: Contributions to Lincolnland Economic Development Corporation are not deductible as charitable contributions on the donor's federal income tax return. They may be deductible as trade or business expenses if ordinary and necessary in the conduct of the taxpayer’s business.