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Sound Ideas Building Office Complex In Whitley County, Indiana

09/13/2013
A firm that specializes in marketing and digital media for medical device, pharmaceutical and manufacturing companies, Sound Ideas, will construct a more than 4,400 square foot office complex at the intersection of State Road 14 and County Road 600 East in Whitley County, Indiana.

The company is constructing its new facility to enhance and increase its capabilities in video, branding, 3D illustration and animation, mobile applications, and large-scale corporate meeting production. The company now has twelve team members and plans to continue expanding.

“We are very optimistic about the future needs of our clients and our ability to serve them with great solutions,” said President Dave Hazen, “We’re building a dedicated creative and production space to meet increased customer demands.”

“On behalf of the Whitley County Commissioners, I am pleased to see a locally owned, locally grown company like Sound Ideas expand in our community,” said Whitley County Commission president George Schrumpf. As an incentive Whitley County Council recently approved a request for phase-in of property taxes on new building construction and a CEDIT based incentive to support onsite infrastructure improvements.

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