Dale Gann with the City of Langford's Economic Development Committee took the bid to Amazon's headquarters himself on Thursday morning.
All of these locations fulfill all of Amazon's qualifications (and to everyone saying Wilmington is off the table because it has less than 1 million people, Philadelphia is fewer than 30 miles from all of these sites, fulfilling the requirement that it must be within 30 miles of a city of 1 million or more). "Not only is the city and the large, regional group working on this bid excited for the possibility of landing one of the world's largest and most innovative businesses and the 50,000 jobs it could bring with it-the entire region came together to join forces and collaborate to show the world that Detroit was made to move".
"Northwest Indiana touts a close proximity to Chicago; Gary and Griffith airports; and enjoys the benefits of Indiana's 'pro-business environment, '" the resolution said.
Janik would not discuss details of the bid.
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Mayor Frank Jackson and County Executive Armond Budish announced the submission in a video. She said a lot of the cities placing bids have similar strengths, which is why some may have chosen to be so visible in their efforts. They suggested that when members of the public talk about the project on social media, they use the hashtag #AMAZONHQ2CLE. "The proposal portrays the numerous elements and assets of Cleveland that make us unique and demonstrates our community's capacity to successfully attract Amazon's HQ2". Our city has a palpable sense of energy and is in a position of readiness that we have never seen before.
"This is a great opportunity for us as a region to continue to tell our story to a global player", said Heather Ennis, president and CEO of the Northwest Indiana Forum.
More than 100 municipalities in North America are expected to submit bids, according to a press release.
Las Vegas continues to try and attract Amazon in hopes of being home to the online retailer's second U.S. headquarters.