State Rep. Joe Bellino (R-Monroe) today announced that businesses throughout Monroe County will receive grants totaling over $500,000 from the Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity (LEO).
“I’d like to congratulate these dedicated business owners,” said Bellino. “Their ongoing hard work is a testament to their dedication to our community. This grant money is well-deserved, and I wish these businesses the best of luck going forward.”
The grants will be dispersed to the following companies:
- Gerdau Monroe Mill
- Fluid Equipment Development Company
- Link Engineering – Ottawa Lake
- EOI Pioneer, Inc. – Dundee
- Backyard Products
- TTG Automation LLC
- Premier Industries Corporation
- MNX Solutions
- Great Lakes Towers, LLC
- Vibrant Life Senior Living – Temperance
- Medilodge of Monroe
The grants came from the ‘Going PRO Talent Fund’ within LEO. The fund awards employers to assist in training, developing and retraining current and newly hired employees. For more information on this fund, you can follow this website: https://www.michigan.gov/leo/0,5863,7-336-94422_95539_64365_64538-312972–,00.html.
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