Dayton Region Targets Business Development With ‘H2Open for Business’ Campaign

The Dayton Region is letting the world know that its ample water supply resources place it ahead of global competition for business development.

the "H2Open for Business" campaign -- featured at www.h2openforbusiness.com -- is trumpeting the Dayton Region's water supply advantage in an era where global water scarcity is a growing concern.

The Dayton Region has it all: a proven track record of business development infrastructure, logistics and workforce talent on top of a 1.5 trillion gallon aquifer," said John Landess, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Dayton Development Coalition. "The 'H2Open for Business' campaign is spreading the word to the global business community that when you Get Midwest, we really do think of everything -- water supply included."

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