You’re invited to join WCEGP

The mission of the Washington County Economic Growth Partnership is to increase job opportunities through business expansion and recruitment efforts to promote economic growth and improved quality of life for the citizens of Washington County.

The WCEGP provides grants to local small businesses in partnership with Hoosier Uplands Community Development and Improvement Program.

WCEGP invites businesses as well as individuals to become members of the partnership.

Membership comes with a variety of benefits including informational forums, training workshops, marketing assistance, quarterly membership meetings, annual dinner, assistance in business planning, and more.

As an individual member you will receive information about volunteer opportunities, have input on recommending training workshops, and attend informational meetings about happenings around Washington County.

The WCEGP hosts an annual meeting giving members the opportunity to nominate or volunteer to be on the WCEGP Board of Directors.

WCEGP also collects information on properties that are available throughout the county and helps to market those properties.

Annual membership dues start at $35 and are tax deductible. For more information on joining, visit or contact Executive Director Sabrina Burdine at 812-883-8803.

Members of the WCEG board of directors are Justin Green, president; Rhonda Smith, vice president; Jack Mahuron, treasurer; Eric Zink, secretary; David Hoar, Steve Hunt, Bob Strange, Rick Roberts, Sara Morris, Lynn Reed, Terry Cottongim, Dana Muntz, and Houston Andres.

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