Mason partners including Cintas, Kings Island, AtriCure, Mason City Schools, and more have earned a place among the most influential, powerful, and impactful businesses in the region, in Cincinnati Magazine’s list of the “Cincinnati 300.”See the full list from Cincinnati Magazine.
VEGA’s Mason-based North American headquarters are investing $16M in expansion, adding 120,000 square feet of manufacturing space, creating jobs, and increasing operations in Mason’s R&D Park.Read all the details from the Cincinnati Business Courier.
Mason partner Mercy Health is opening its doors in the first-ever hospital in southeast Warren County. With 200 full-time staff and 60 beds, the new location of Mercy will enhance accessibility of high-quality healthcare services to the community.Check out the full story from the Cincinnati Enquirer.
The Lindner Center of Hope, a mental health and addiction treatment facility who has operated in Mason since 2008, has been nominated for the Medical and Wellness categories in the 2023 Mason + Deerfield Lifestyle Reader’s Choice Awards.Find out more about the Lindner Center of Hope.
“We’ve had customers from Mason and Greater Cincinnati shop with us for many years. It’s a thrill to be one step closer to extending the quality and customer service we pride ourselves on to this community,” said Norman Mayne, Dorothy Lane Market CEO, as the company broke ground on its newest upcoming Mason location – the first in the region.See more DLM progress on Dayton Daily News.
Mason partners take the top two spots in the Cincinnati Business Courier’s list of Most Valuable Public Companies by market cap – Procter & Gamble, with its largest R&D facility in Mason, and Cintas, a Fortune 500 company headquartered in Mason.Check out the Cincinnati Business Courier list.
Mason annual Corporate Challenge 5K brought the local corporate community together in a city-wide competition. L3Harris, Great Wolf Lodge, Makino, Genetesis, Sinclair, and more partners joined us to support employee involvement in a culture of wellness, and give back to local charities.Read more about the Mason Corporate Challenge.
The 125-year tradition of tennis in our region continues with a personal announcement from Novak Djokovic and Coco Gauff that the world-famous tennis tournament will remain in Mason for another 25 years.Check out the full ATP Tour story here.
Long-time advanced manufacturing partner, CM Paula, increased their Mason headquarters by approximately 60%, including the addition of 550 solar panels, making it Mason’s first fully solar-powered business and paving the way to a more sustainable future.Read the full Cincinnati Business Courier article here.
Mason-based Amplicore is collaborating with the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine on Department of Defense-funded research on muscular skeletal injuries with its groundbreaking regenerative pharmaceutical injectable therapeutics.Read more at WCPO