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June/July 2023

Evansville Business

Thriving in a Small Town

The merits of small businesses are well known. They help keep dollars at home and circulating in the local economy. They create jobs for friends and neighbors. But to be a small business in a less-populated area adds an extra

In the News

New Hires/Promotions The Evansville Regional Sports Commission has named Brandon McClish its executive director. The University of Southern Indiana graduate most recently worked as general manager for Learfield Sports at the University of Evansville. His prior positions include director of

Cowork Through it

Editor's Note: After the June/July 2023 issue of Evansville Business went to press, The Coworking Cottage announced it was closing Aug. 1. Cowork Evansville launched in 2018 at Innovation Pointe, and in the February/March 2019 Evansville Business article “Work Together,”

Editor's Letter

Glory Days, They’ve Passed Him By

As a lifelong athletics fan who is significantly more knowledgeable about sports than my sons, I have enjoyed following local athletes through the years. This spring, we have been fortunate to have had some extremely noteworthy performances. Let’s start with

Back Talk

Mike Connelly

Education: North Posey High School; National Fire Academy, certifications from Company Officer Development Institute and Safety Program Operations; Bachelor of Arts in Public Service, University of Southern Indiana Resume: Engineering laboratory technician at the U.S. Naval Nuclear Power School, stationed


On the Down-low

Overcoming tremendous obstacles, Dave Clark is a self-made man who prefers to stay under the radar. “I try to keep it discreet,” Clark says. Although he has achieved a notable level of success, Clark hasn’t forgotten his roots and stays

Business Front

Surface Tension

After a winter complicated by persistent precipitation and freezing temperatures, road improvement projects have begun in earnest in and around Evansville.  As this issue of Evansville Business went to press, at least 10 road closures and lane restrictions were reported

Keeping ’Em Out

When Ryan Fleming bought T&G Pest Control from Glenn and Janet Williams in November 2019, he came with 20 years of experience in the industry and a desire to expand how the company thought about pest control. Since its founding

Showing Promise

Evansville has received a  $30 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to establish a Promise Neighborhood, the most recent development in the city’s Promise Zone designation. The program aims to prepare youth for an upward trajectory toward academic

Bringing People Together

The Rev. Gerald Arnold first came to Evansville in 1986, working in international sales for Bristol-Myers. Since, his involvement with the community bridged the gap between local groups, businesses, and politics to achieve justice and equity. Being a licensed minister

‘Part of the Story’

After purchasing a new vehicle from D-Patrick in Evansville in 1987, Dave Lowry seized an opportunity and went to work in sales for the dealership in February 1989. He faithfully logged 34 years with D-Patrick before retiring in May. When

Hole in One

Golf is big in Indiana. How big? A 2022 report by the National Golf Foundation found that in Indiana, the industry contributes more than $2 billion in total economic impact and $1.042 billion in direct expenditures annually. That includes creating


For Lease

The four-floor office building at 110 N. Fulton Ave. that since 2016 has housed SS&C Technologies’ Evansville operations is leasing its top two floors. SS&C’s arrival at the property seven years ago was a big occasion, with ceremonies that drew