P&G distribution center gets tax credits

Proctor and Gamble headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Photo/P&G)
Proctor and Gamble headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Photo/P&G)

UNION, Ohio (WDTN) – The Procter & Gamble distribution center coming to Union just got some tax help from the state.

A 70 percent, nine year Job Creation Tax Credit was approved Monday. It will help bring 801 full-time positions to our area, generating a $31.8 million payroll.

2 NEWS was first to tell you about the center back in May. It will be located on Dog Leg Road bordered by Interstate 70 and Interstate 75.

The $90 million facility is expected to open sometime next winter.

The State of Ohio approved assistance for fourteen projects overall.

Also in Montgomery County, Lunarline, Incorporated received approval of a 40 percent, five year job creation tax credit.

It expects to create 15 full-time positions at its new Kettering location.

“There are countless business opportunities in Ohio and the entire Midwest,” said Waylon Krush, CEO of Lunarline. “With fantastic universities, a smart, hardworking workforce and local governments committed to growth, the Dayton area is the ideal base for our Midwest operations.”

Lunarline is a provider of cyber security services.

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