"The Hubert decision to relocate from Queensgate in the downtown Cincinnati area to Harrison stemmed from the
affordability of a large tract of land coupled with easy access to the city and suburbs via I-74 and I-275.
The Harrison area attracts employees with a classic midwestern work ethic. There are generations of farming
families here who have learned the value of hard work. It's very noticeable when you compare to the East and
I personally like the small town charm. I can enjoy this atmosphere and still be in downtown Cincinnati in
C. Bart Kohler
President and COO
| Crown Plastics
"The initial reason for moving to Harrison were price and availability of land and a closer proximity to the Cincinnati labor pool.
The I-74 and I-275 access provides quick and easy transportation of people and goods to and from just about anywhere, and being 20 minutes from the International Airport is a tremendous benefit to anyone traveling to and from our facility.
Cincinnati as a whole and the Harrison area in particular have developed into a vibrant, healthy, growing place to be located. The Southwest School District is one of the better public school systems in the region and their new performing arts center is second to none. New housing starts are up, bringing with them successful and highly educated residents into the community, further adding to the potential work pool. Crown is proud to be a part of the local community and to be able to call Harrison our home."
Gary R. Ellerhorst
President / CEO
Crown Plastics Co.