Steve Beshear worked with local officials and the First Security Bank of Owensboro to help them expand their facilities and create 25 new full-time jobs.
Here is the story from the Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer:
One month to the day since he was last in Owensboro announcing new jobs and investment, Gov. Steve Beshear returned Wednesday with news of more new jobs and more investment.
Beshear, joined by Mayor Ron Payne and officials of First Security Bank, announced that the bank will expand its headquarters operation in downtown Owensboro and bring 25 new full-time jobs to the city.
First Security Bank, which has its headquarters at 300 Frederica St., will move across the street to a four-story building at 313 Frederica, which the bank recently purchased along with several adjoining properties.
Beshear said First Security will spend $4.3 million on the expansion project.
Steve Beshear and Jerry Abramson know how to bring business and government together to create jobs for Kentuckians. Their collective experience is what Kentucky needs to lead us out of the recession.
This is just one of the companies Steve has worked with to create jobs throughout Kentucky. Find more at the top of the website or click on the words below to see the full list: