Lebanon Reporter

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July 12, 2013

Boone EDC announces new marketing director

The Boone County Economic Development Corporation announced last week the hiring of Joe LePage as the director of marketing and communications. LePage will be responsible for developing, maintaining and enhancing all channels of communication and branding for the Boone EDC.

A resident of Boone County, LePage comes from a career in broadcasting, most recently serving as a news reporter/anchor for Fox 59.

“Joe is a perfect fit for our organization,” said Bryan Brackemyre, executive director of the Boone EDC. “Joe will be influential in enhancing Boone County’s already stellar reputation as a great place to do business. His communication skills and ability to build relationships will help accomplish our mission of promoting Boone County as an ideal central Indiana community to live, work and play.”

“I’m excited to be part of a team that strengthens the economic landscape of Boone County,” LePage said. “It assures me that my family and community will have a great place to live and grow in the years to come.”

The Boone EDC strives to give consultants and business leaders the information needed to succeed when expanding or relocating their business to Boone County and the Indianapolis Metropolitan Region. To learn more about the Boone EDC, visit www.BooneEDC.org.

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