Rep. Boccieri: Poland Manufacturing Company To Expand With State Support
Vivo Brothers, Inc. to build new facility, expand area workforce
January 11, 2016
 
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State Rep. John Boccieri (D-Poland) today announced that $333,000 in state funds have been awarded to Poland company Vivo Brothers, Inc. to expand their manufacturing business and create new jobs. The funds were released through the Regional 166 Loan Program and will help finance the building of a new manufacturing facility in Columbiana. As a result of the project made possible through state assistance, the company has committed to create eight full-time jobs and retain 28 existing full-time jobs, with 16 of the retained jobs being located at the project’s new location.


“Companies like Vivo Brothers, Inc. that hire, train, and employ skilled workers help support the local economy and drive our state in a positive direction,” said Boccieri. “Local businesses form the bedrock of our communities by putting people to work, and it is critical that we support them at the state level.”


Vivo Brothers, Inc. was founded in 1995 by Vince Vivo, and in 2000 he was joined by his brother, Nick. The Poland-headquartered company offers a full range of services from design and drafting to delivery and installation of custom cabinetry and counter tops for commercial and retails businesses. The company's customers include the Pittsburgh Steelers, Giant Eagle, area schools, wellness centers, credit unions, and hospitals.

 
 
 
  
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