For the sixth year in a row, REXPO is bringing investors to Croatia

first_imgThe International Fair of Investment Projects – REXPO 2017, during two days, on November 30 and December 1, will again in City Plaza, gather numerous participants interested in the development of public and private investment projects.The United Kingdom is a partner country of the fair, and British investors see REXPO as a platform that will enable them to be informed about investment opportunities in Croatia and to make valuable contacts that could encourage greater investment momentum. DAMAC International, a leading investor in luxury real estate in the Middle East, is coming to REXPO with the same goal.The participants will be given a presentation on the most important current Croatian infrastructure project entitled “Peljesac Bridge – an engineering masterpiece“, Maintain Marjan Pipenbaher, the main and responsible designer of the bridge, and REXPO will also host Simone Micheli, one of the most famous names in the field of architectural design in Europe. The aim of his presentation is to inspire potential investors to decide to invest in the development of luxury tourism in Croatia.The second day of the fair is dedicated to investments in tourism. REXPO HTL Day is organized in cooperation with PKF hotelexperts from Vienna, and special partners this year are Hard Rock Hotels, which announced their arrival in Croatia, ie the opening of a 4 or 5 star hotel.See the REXPO 2017 program herelast_img read more

Gillman Home Center announces purchase of Aurora Lumber

first_imgAurora, In. — Officials from the Gillman’s Home Center have announced the purchase of Aurora Lumber.Officials from the Gillman’s Home Center have announced the purchase of Aurora Lumber. Aurora Lumber was founded 150 years ago and has been owned by the Petty family for the last 50 years. Contractors, remodelers and home owners have come to expect quality, integrity and knowledgeable customer service.Curtis Gillman of Gillman Home Center said, “The company plans to build on the valued aspects of Aurora that contributed to its success, including retaining its experienced staff, while enhancing it with Gillman’s innovative merchandise mix and competitive pricing thanks to its increased buying power.”“We believe this is the best decision for the future of our business and its role in the Aurora community,” explained John Petty of Aurora Lumber. “It ensures Aurora Lumber will remain an important resource. Just as importantly, our employees can continue to provide outstanding service and support to our customers. We look forward to this new chapter in our company’s story with Gillman Home Center.”Located in Batesville, Indiana, Gillman Home Center is a full-service hardware and lumber dealer with nine locations in Batesville, Brookville, Centerville, Connersville, Edinburgh, New Castle and Winchester, as well as Eaton and Oxford in Ohio. Gillman was founded in 1980 by Charlie Gillman, a second-generation homebuilder who still runs the company today, along with his sons and approximately 200 other team members.“This really will be the best of both worlds for Aurora Lumber’s customers and employees,” Gillman said. “We are excited about combining the aspects that have made Aurora a successful business for more than 150 years with the unique benefits of Gillman Home Center and creating an outstanding new lumber and home improvement resource for the community.”The business will eventually transition to the Gillman Home Center name.last_img read more

Wildcat Netters Top Indians

first_imgFranklin County High School Boys Varsity Tennis beat Milan High School 4-1.#1 Singles Jack Stirn 6-2, 6-0 vs. Carter Wade#2 Singles Brant Ertel 6-1, 6-0 vs. Nathan Hancock#3 Singles Landen Wuestefeld 3-6, 4-6 vs. Caleb Prozorski#1 Doubles Kurt Oetzel & Lonnie Schwartz 6-3, 6-4 vs. Bo Wade & Brayden Furr#2 Doubles Will Wade & Evan McMillin 6-2, 6-3 vs. Joe Hawk & Shane PhelpsCourtesy of Wildcats Coach Dylan Little.last_img