Thursday, August 31, 2000

Tristate Business Summary




PC on Call gets tax credit for HQ

        PC On Call, the mobile computer repair service, has received a state tax credit for its planned new corporate headquarters in Sharonville.

        The company, which began national rollout of its mobile service this month in Atlanta, plans to move to a 50,000-square-foot office building in the Summit Woods office park off East Kemper Road in Sharonville by mid-2001.

        The company, which employs 25 at its temporary offices in Sharonville's Kemper Towers, expects its corporate staff to grow to 120 full-time employees within three years as it expands nationally. The Ohio Tax Credit Authority granted the company a 60 percent, seven-year tax credit.
       

P&G to pay $15M for online promos

        Cincinnati-based Procter & Gamble Co., the top U.S. maker of household products, will pay Women.com Networks Inc. more than $15 million over three years to promote its Dawn detergent, Pantene shampoo and other brands on the Web.

        The expanded agreement calls for San Mateo, Calif.-based Women.com to incorporate Procter & Gamble's ParentTime.com site into its online network for women and to continue to promote the consumer-product company's brands to its 3.5 million members.
       

Limited Too moving down road

        After a national search for a new headquarters site, Limited Too will move just a few miles down the road from its location in Columbus.

        The girls' clothing chain this week said it will move its headquarters to suburban New Albany.

        Limited Too's 300 corporate employees and an undetermined number of new workers will move by April 2002 to an office to be built at the New Albany Business Park.
       

— From staff and wire reports

       



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