DMS ink recognized at Greene County Annual Report to the Community

The Greene County Board of Commissioners and Greene County Community Improvement Corporation recognized DMS ink’s achievements at the Greene County Annual Report to the Community on Friday April 21, 2017. The county organizations company’s accomplishments in being named “Women Owned Business of the Year” by Dayton Business Journal, and as one of the “100 Fastest Growing Asian-American Businesses.”

The breakfast meeting was held at the Beavercreek Golf Club at 7:30 A.M. and concluded at about 9:00 A.M. A breakfast buffet was served and county officials gave a report on development in Greene County during 2016, as well as plans for 2017. Other individuals and organizations from around Greene County were also recognized for their accomplishments during the presentation.

(From left) Greene County Commissioner Tom Koogler, DMS ink President Christine Soward, DMS ink Exec. Vice President Ken Soward, Greene County Commissioner Bob Glaser, and Greene County Commissioner Alan Anderson.