GREDF President Kyle Moore talks about the “Quincy’s Calling” marketing initiative and trying to fill local jobs. Muddy River News Publisher/GM also grills him about the most important question for Quincy: When is Target coming?
QUINCY — The golf clubs will go back in the garage. The honey-dos around the house will be put on hold. Phil Conover has accepted another interim position. The Board of Directors for the Quincy Area Chamber of Commerce announced Monday it has selected Conover to serve as the organization’s interim director, beginning Monday, Aug. 2. […]
GREDF’s website says: “Our number one priority is to retain existing businesses and help them grow. We assist prospective businesses, site consultants and entrepreneurs. We also take the lead in a variety of initiatives that contribute to the outstanding quality of life we enjoy here. “Our objective is to address retention issues and expedite the development […]
Kyle Moore wasn’t out of work long. The former two-term Quincy mayor will be the next president of the Great River Economic Development Foundation. Moore, who was introduced at a Thursday afternoon press conference, takes over for Marcel Wagner, who is retiring after 10 years at the agency’s helm. Jim Mentesti had been GREDF’s president […]
QUINCY — Every time Angela Caldwell thought she had a count for the number of businesses interested in being a part of the food service job fair at the Quincy Town Center on Wednesday, that figure would grow again. “So it got to a point where we just stopped,” Caldwell said with a laugh. “If […]