February 2013

This February we are proud to profile businesses across Ohio who are leaders in their fields in our "Minority-Owned Businesses" theme. DLZ Corporation, in Franklin County, has been in business for nearly 100 years working on many notable architectural and engineering projects across the state including the Main Street Bridge in Columbus. Hightowers Petroleum Co., in Butler County, has sold over 100 million gallons of fuel to a variety of high-profile customers like GM, Kroger and Chrysler and is a founder of the Southwest Ohio Cares Mentoring Circle. FAB Construction, in Montgomery County, is a family-owned company providing general trade services, including carpentry, roofing and siding, for over 20 years. UNICON International Inc., in Franklin County, strives to be their clients' "Best IT Partner for Success" providing a variety of technology services for businesses in all areas of industry. NET PAC International LLC, in Fairfield County, is a broad line distributor of packaging, foodservice disposables and custodial supplies offering customers a single source supplier solution for operating supplies. Urban Chefs LLC, in Franklin County, is an Ohio Proud member who manufactures sauces, spices, rubs and canned vegetables with the majority of their supply coming from local vendors around the state. CJ Hughes & Sons Plumbing Inc., in Butler County, is a third-generation family-owned business in their 33rd year of providing plumbing, HVAC and insulation services to the surrounding community. Premier Mail & Fulfillment, in Hamilton County, is a full-service print, direct mail and product fulfillment company with a focus on giving back to their community through volunteer work. These businesses are leading examples of the strength and diversity of Ohio's business environment and great reasons we can all be proud to call Ohio home.

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