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E is for Everyone is an evolution, it’s a movement. It ebbs and flows with the current in our community to share a collective story of the people who live here, people who work here, and people who visit.

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What is a brand? It’s an identity, a trademark, it’s a face to represent a product, service, or idea. E is for everyone is something that started as a brand and evolved into a culture for change.

E is for Everyone is an evolution, it’s a movement. It ebbs and flows with the current in our community to share a collective story of the people who live here, people who work here, and people who visit.

In Southwest Indiana this initiative seeks to help businesses attract and retain talent, to be a conduit for individuals take ownership of their community, and to create a culture of collaboration, innovation, and connectivity within and between our neighborhoods.

It is a culmination of two years of planning, three years of implementation, and is a continued work in progress that we learn from by living out the brand every single day. Join us to learn about our journey to get here, our journey now, and how we plan to try to sustain this message for the future.

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