4 local business awarded JobsOhio’s Inclusion Grants


OAK HARBOR — Funds through the JobsOhio Inclusion Grant help finance machinery and equipment, real estate,and training which allows Ohio’s smaller businesses to prosper. Today, completed Inclusion Grant projects have created $74 million in new investment. Recently, four Ottawa County businesses were awarded the JobsOhio Inclusion Grant.

Pristine Marine is a disabled, veteran-owned business in Port Clinton. Pristine Marine offers a range of services including upholstery and canvas, as well as a wide variety of marine flooring options from SeaDek, Gator Step, and Corinthian snap-in carpet. Their work is done with state-of-the-art equipment to ensure a tight factory look.

“The Ottawa County Improvement Corporation (OCIC) helped Pristine Marine increase our capability to serve Ottawa county’s boating community,” stated Michael McGlothlin, owner of Pristine Marine. “Not only did they help us increase speed but also the quality of products we provide.”


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