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We asked organizations to tell us why the NMTC is important to their organization or community. Below is a sampling.

Why is the New Markets Tax Credit Important to Your Community?

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“This is what the New Orleans hospitality industry has always dreamt of.”

-Ti Adelaide Martin, who co-founded NMTC-financed NOCHI

“At Girls Inc., we’re dedicated to inspiring all girls to be strong, smart and bold. With US Bank’s support, we’ll not only be able to relocate closer to the girls that we’re already serving, but we’ll also be able to better meet the increasing demands for our proven and acclaimed programs.”

-Linda Boessenecker, CEO, Girls Inc. of Alameda County

“We are excited about our significant investment in Tifton and the impact it will have on our new community in South Georgia. This project is another example of Coca-Cola UNITED’s foundation of community investment and development and will greatly benefit our associates, the local residents, and our company for many years to come.”

-Coca-Cola UNITED Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer, Hafiz Chandiwala

“With 50 years of experience in the business, combined with a new generation, we feel ready to tackle any challenge and are excited to explore all the new possibilities of this beautiful industry. Investing in our team and their creativity is truly what allows us to be so successful.”

-Reza Momeni, President of Momeni, Inc.

Have you noticed a lot of construction around town? Tax incentives like the New Markets Tax Credit spur development in new areas. Pro-growth tax policy has a powerful, positive effect on our communities.

It was great learning from Messer Construction in Cincinnati about their projects and priorities throughout the nation.

-Congressman Brad Wenstrup

Residents of Hobson Place will throw off the daily stress of wondering how they’re going to survive on the streets and begin to open a new chapter in their lives and be able to rejoin the life of the community.”

-Daniel Malone, Executive Director, Downtown Emergency Services Center, Seattle, Washington