State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) recently attended the formal ground breaking ceremony for the expansion of Event Source in northeastern Ohio.
Event Source is an event rental company that is headquartered with a 71,000 square foot warehouse in Valley View, Ohio.  The facility services all of northeast Ohio, as well as the Columbus, Toledo/Detroit, Youngstown, and Pittsburgh areas.
Event Source employs 130 people, with 125 local Ohioans stationed out of the Valley View space.  They have doubled both their business and employees in the past few years and are adding 75,000 square feet to the facility to accommodate.
“The expansion of the Event Source facility is a sign of a successful business with additional jobs and services available to the people of northeast Ohio,” Representative Anielski said.  “Our legislature has worked hard to create a business friendly climate in Ohio and attending these ceremonies is proof that we are headed in the right direction.”

“We have been dedicated to growth and working strategically to increase our capabilities, inventory, staff, and now facility,” said President John Bibbo Jr. “We’re happy to have the ability to expand our business and be able to do it right here in Valley View.”

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