Business Growth Success Stories
Started in a garage in Sugarcreek more than 40 years ago, ProVia has grown steadily over the past four decades. Employing over 775 people, ProVia is recognized nationally as a manufacturer of top-quality doors, windows, siding and stone products.
Troyer has been producing quality Amish food since 1959, when owner James Troyer’s father began selling smoked meat and eight types of cheese out of the trunk of his car and basement. With products as diverse as pickles and relishes, jams and jellies, and soaps and salsas, Troyer’s 200+ employees serve over 5000 customers in all 48 contiguous United States.
Holmes-Wayne Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Glenn Miller, President and CEO of the Holmes-Wayne Electric Cooperative, Inc., has been around the HCEDC since its inception in 2004. Almost 15 years and two executive directors later, Miller is pleased by the growth he has seen in Holmes County and extols the good work the HCEDC does.
“To help facilitate the build and move, Homestead turned to the HCEDC. Through the Enterprise Zone program, Homestead saved significant funds on taxes that allowed them to maintain their current workforce, while also added several new employee positions.”