Dayton, Ohio ― JJR Solutions recently marked its 10th anniversary with a festive week that included a move to Dayton’s Innovation District, an Open House, and an anniversary celebration.
On April 1, JJR moved into its new home in the historic Avant-Garde building at 607 E. 3rd St., Dayton. The relocation places JJR within the growing neighborhood of innovators and collaborators who call Dayton home. Proximity to other tech partners will promote the kind of collaboration JJR thrives on as it establishes itself as a leader in the Federal Government’s innovation ecosystem.
The move to Dayton would not have been possible without support from many businesses and government entities. Chief Operating Officer (COO) Carly Cox shared, “Thank you to Jason Woodard (Woodard Development), DataYard, David Novotny (Dayton Business Interiors), MODA4 Design, and their teams for an outstanding job in preparing our new home. Thank you also to the City of Dayton – Office of Economic Development, State of Ohio, and Downtown Dayton Partnership (Scott Murphy) for making our move possible.”
Move-in week concluded on April 5 with an Open House for clients and partners and a 10th anniversary celebration for employees. President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) David Judson shared, “I’m so grateful for the clients, partners, and investors who have helped us reach this 10-year milestone. But the biggest thanks goes to our employees, past and present. They and their families make sacrifices every day to keep us on track to improve the health, well-being, and security of our communities and nation. I can’t wait to see what the next 10 years and beyond have in store!”