He said this kind of business growth comes from good business leaders and good employees.
“Our strength does not come from those in authority and power,” he said. “The strength comes from the people working in the businesses today. This is a great start to 2014.”
Ballard said he had been at the LIDS Sports Group headquarters for two previous announcements.
“I’m proud to say I’ve been here three times now and I'm looking forward to the fourth,” Ballard said. “You keep doing the right things to expand your business. You're doing such a good job and have an experienced team.”
The Indiana Economic Development Corporation offered LIDS Sports Group up to $3,400,000 in conditional tax credits and up to $300,000 in training grants, based on the company’s job creation plans. The IEDC will also provide the community with up to $250,000 in infrastructure assistance from the state’s Industrial Development Grant Fund.
The Town of Zionsville will consider additional tax abatement incentives.