April 20, 2009 — The Tuscarawas Regional Technology Park, an attractive new business campus set in the rolling green hills of East Central Ohio, is the focus of a newly launched web site.
You can view the site at www.tusctechpark.com.
The park was recently unveiled by the Tuscarawas County Community Improvement Corp. on 170 acres at the eastern edge of New Philadelphia, Ohio. Designed as a LEED Certified, energy-efficient Smart Office complex, the park has been carefully created in a setting that includes an abundance of natural greenery, mature trees and inviting walkways adjacent to the "Trumpet in the Land" outdoor drama amphitheatre, which is widely known throughout the state.
Almost in contrast to its picturesque location, the park has excellent accessibility to interstate highways and several regional airports, and it is just minutes away from valuable business resources at Buckeye Career Center and Kent State University's Tuscarawas Campus, which has highly acclaimed engineering and technology degree programs.
"Also of interest on the web site is the Eugene Tolloty Technology Center, which will soon be under construction within the park," said Gary Little, executive director of the Community Improvement Corp. "The Tolloty Center, a high tech incubator, has been specifically designed to encourage and nurture the entrepreneurial spirit, and will provide an affordable, viable start-up location for new business concepts."
The web site was designed and programmed by Whitemyer Advertising of Zoar, Ohio. Additional features will be added to the site in the future, including a video tour.
The web site offers a link to request more information, or immediate inquiries can be directed to Little by calling 330-308-7524 or 330-691-0878.
Send email inquiries to the executive director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Poggemyer Design Group was recently selected as architects and engineers on the Tolloty Technology Center Incubator.