Written statement issued by the Fort Wayne - Allen County Economic Development Alliance:
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (April 7, 2011) — Chase Case, a local start-up company that makes cases for musical equipment, audio, lighting, valuable artwork and medical equipment, will be adding five jobs as a result of its relocation to an 1,800 square foot space in the Fort Wayne Enterprise Center at 1830 Wayne Trace.
Chase Case is planning an open house on April 8 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at its new location.
“The city of Fort Wayne is pleased to welcome Chase Case to our community as it grows its business,” said Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry. “Fort Wayne will provide a strong opportunity for them to move their business forward.”
Chase Case was co-founded in 2009 as a home-based business in Payne, Ohio, by Christopher M. Holt and his father, Steve H. Holt.
“We are excited to move to Fort Wayne and believe being part of the Fort Wayne Enterprise Center will help us grow our business,” said Christopher Holt.
Chase Case is located within the Enterprise Center as well as the Enterprise Zone. All new investment will be eligible for Enterprise Zone Investment deductions.
“Companies like Chase Case that are relocating to the Enterprise Zone add to the cooperation and collaboration within the urban core,” said Kirk Moriarty, Director of the Urban Enterprise Association of the City of Fort Wayne.