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Martin Jones introduced as new business/industrial recruiter

The Columbia-Adair County Industrial Development Authority hosted a reception to welcome recruiter Martin Jones on Wednesday evening, June 15, at Pinewood Country Club.

He is the newly contracted business and industrial recruiter who will take the lead as Stacey Bailey leaves the position. Jones gives credit to Bailey for having done much of the groundwork that a recruiter has to do before beginning a campaign. Both agree that this is Adair County's time to shine with the governor's recent release of major project funds.


Jones, who has helped many area communities improve and build their economic bases over the past fifteen years, says, "I always begin by getting to know existing businesses and industries with a goal to help them grow stronger, before I start looking outside to recruit.

Industrial Development Authority leaders behind the hiring of Jones include: board Chair Barry Corbin, and members Barry Loy, Monica Rodgers, Jason Corbin, Mike Neal and Randy Nelson. According to Jones, these people have a very progressive attitude and they are all on the same page in wanting to bring good jobs here.


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Stacey Bailey welcomes recruiter Martin Jones



2005-06-14 - Columbia, KY - Photo Linda Waggener. STACEY BAILEY and MARTIN JONES have been going over details of Adair County's recruitment job as he comes on board and she prepares to depart. Both agree that this is Adair County's time to shine with the governor's recent release of major project funds. Click 'read more' for the full story.
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Mike Loy will run for District Judge



2005-06-22 - Columbia, KY - Photo Linda Waggener. ATTORNEY MIKE LOY, left, will be a candidate in the non-partisan race for District Judge in 2006. The popular Columbia lawyer is shown above with Adair County educator Ellen Zornes and civic leader and Columbia businessman Dan Antle, President of Reed Bros. Insurance Agency. The three were discussing Mike Loy's decision to run for the judgeship at the welcome event for Martin Jones, industrial recruiter, held here recently. Mr. Loy is an associate attorney in the Columbia law firm of his uncle, Marshall F. Loy, and is attorney for the Adair County School Board. Click Read More for another picture, more on the welcome event.
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At Pinewood Country Club



2005-06-22 - Columbia, KY - Photo Linda Waggener. JASON and JENNIFER HUTCHISON CORBIN were among the folks attending the Pinewood Country Club welcome reception for the new industrial recruiter, Martin Jones. Many in Adair County agree that this is the beginning of a real growth season for our location. Click 'read more' for details and photos.
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