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News briefs: Hemmer leads EPS renovation in Hebron; ‘State of NKY’ topic at Chamber Sept. Eggs ‘N Issues

Paul Hemmer Company is in the midst of a 50,000+ square-foot renovation for Team EPS in the Riverview Business Park in Hebron, situated on a plateau above the Ohio River with views of Cincinnati.

The project encompasses office space, production and manufacturing areas, along with a showroom. The completed space will relocate Team EPS from its current multi-tenant site in Erlanger and serves to meet the needs associated with their expanding business. The picturesque location, walking trails, and sidewalks tie in to the company’s dedication to a positive work environment.

Team EPS provides a full range of services to maintain prepress and print-on-demand environments. As the largest, privately-owned and operated platesetter service provider in the United States, Team EPS has serviced more than 2,500 customers around the world, helping them gain the maximum productivity, reliability and longevity from their prepress systems.

Construction began in the spring and is scheduled for completion in November. Gary Foreman is Hemmer’s project manager and Tim McNay is on site as the project’s superintendent. Randy Schultz of KZF Design, Inc. is the project architect.

Paul Hemmer Company

State of NKY topic at Chamber’s Eggs “N Issues

Northern Kentucky business leaders are invited to the Northern Kentucky Chamber’s annual Eggs ‘N Issues: State of Northern Kentucky Address on Tuesday, September 19. Northern Kentucky Judge Executives will discuss the strengths and challenges faced by the Northern Kentucky region, and what the future holds.

Attendees will hear from the Judge Executives from Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties:

  • Gary Moore – Judge Executive, Boone County
  • Steve Pendery – Judge Executive, Campbell County
  • Kris Knochelmann – Judge Executive, Kenton County

The discussion will be moderated by Pat Crowley with Strategic Advisers. Attendees will have the opportunity to submit questions to be asked of the panelists.

Eggs ‘N Issues will take place at Receptions Banquet and Conference Center – South (1379 Donaldson Road, Erlanger, KY 41018). The event will begin with registration, breakfast, and networking from 7:30-7:55am, with the program running from 7:55-9am.

Registration for Eggs ‘N Issues is $25 for Chamber members and $50 for non-members. Pre-registration is required by going online to www.nkychamber.com/events.

The Title Sponsor for Eggs ‘N Issues is DBL Law, this month’s sponsors are Central Bank, HealthPoint Family Care, PNC Bank, and Republic Bank, and the Non-Profit Spotlight for this event will be St. Vincent de Paul.

Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce

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