62 New Jobs Coming to Danville
Kegerreis Digital Marketing to Relocate Headquarters from Pennsylvania
Governor Ralph Northam announced that Kegerreis Digital Marketing (KDM) will move their headquarters from Pennsylvania to the City of Danville. The move will create 62 new jobs and will generate $1.7 million in capital investment. The Tobacco Region Revitalization Commission is supporting this project with a $45,500 Tobacco Region Opportunity Fund (TROF) grant and a $45,500 TROF loan.
Tobacco Commission Chairman, Ed Owens said, “Southern Virginia is a great place to live and work and our ability to attract top employers, like KDM, is evidence of that. The Tobacco Commission has worked hard over the years to help create an exceptional business environment in the regions we serve and that work is paying off. I welcome KDM to Danville and wish them the best as they make Southern Virginia their new home.”
President and Chief Information Officer, Kegerreis Digital Marketing, Larz Kegerreis added, “Kegerreis Digital Marketing is very pleased to locate our headquarters in the City of Danville. The quality of life, beauty of the region, and the excellent secondary schools in Danville and Pittsylvania County provide an environment where our employees will love to live, work, and raise their families. The proximity to the Research Triangle and recent surges in economic development within the City make this an excellent time to invest. We are excited to be a part of the future of this region.”
KDM is an integrated marketing and analytics company and independent subsidiary of Kegerreis Outdoor Advertising. Founded in 1979, Kegerreis Outdoor Advertising is the tenth-largest billboard company in the country, with over 2,500 billboard displays in seven states along the East Coast, including Virginia. Subsidiary Kegerreis Digital Marketing provides integrated marketing, such as brand development, billboards, and online efforts, as well as analytics for e-commerce retailers, digital start-ups, and venture firms, in addition to local and regional businesses.
Danville Mayor, Alonzo Jones said, “On behalf of the City of Danville, I want to welcome Kegerreis Digital Marketing and thank the company for choosing our city for the relocation of its headquarters. We also are pleased that KDM has selected a site in our River District, which is a place that distinguishes Danville from thousands of other communities. With its passion for entrepreneurialism and excellence, KDM will be a tremendous addition to our growing business community.”
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