Ohio Approves State Incentives For UPS, Amazon and Other Projects

At its latest meeting, the Ohio Tax Credit Authority approved state assistance for seven projects that are set to bring $193 million in investment and create 839 new jobs and retain 2,025 jobs statewide, resulting in $31.4 million in new payroll.

Ohio jobs

Ohio jobs (photo – americaspower/flickr)

Of these, two are Greater Cincinnati economic development projects involving headquarter expansions in the Ohio cities of Blue Ash and Springdale.

Advanced Testing Laboratory, Inc., which provides scientific sourcing solutions for the consumer products, pharmaceutical and medical device sectors, is expanding its corporate headquarters and contract laboratory facility in Blue Ash, OH.

The $6.5 million expansion by Advanced Testing Laboratory will result in the creation of 54 new jobs and retain 84 existing jobs, in the process generating $2.2 million in new annual payroll and retaining $4.6 million in existing payroll. To support the expansion, the Ohio TCA has approved a 1.156 percent, five-year Job Creation Tax Credit (JCTC) for this project.

Ultimus Fund Solutions, LLC, a provider of mutual fund services, is planning to support ongoing strategic growth efforts and ventures into new business segments at its Cincinnati headquarters located in Springdale, OH. The company is investing $100,000 into this project, and expects to create 100 new jobs and retain 140 jobs, in the process generating $6 million in new annual payroll and retaining $7.1 million in existing payroll. The TCA has approved a 1.547 percent, seven-year JCTC for this project.

Kimm Coyner, vice president of business development and projects at regional economic development organization REDI Cincinnati, said in a statement that “We know our regional economy thrives when a range of industries chooses to locate and grow here.”

Other projects that have been approved for state assistance by the Ohio TCA are as follows:

United Parcel Service, Inc. – A UPS expansion in Columbus, OH is expected to create 75 full-time jobs. The TCA approved a 1.232 percent, six-year JCTC for this project.

Amazon.com.dedc, LLC – A new Amazon project in the City of Twinsburg, OH is expected to create 150 full-time jobs. The TCA approved a 1.113 percent, six-year JCTC for this project.

Bleckmann USA, LLC – Bleckmann operates logistics and distribution services to the retail and e-commerce industries throughout Europe. The company’s new project in the Village of Johnstown, OH is expected to create 200 new jobs. The TCA approved a 1.178 percent, seven-year JCTC for this project.

Dollar Shave Club, Inc. – This online retailer’s new project in Grove City, OH is expected to create 185 full-time jobs. The TCA approved a 1.222 percent, seven- year JCTC for this project.

Pulse Flow Technologies, Inc. – This company, which produces compression therapy equipment, is undertaking a new project in the City of Willoughby, OH that is expected to create 75 full-time jobs. The TCA approved a 1.539 percent, five-year JCTC for this project.

Sarasota County to Consider Project Mulligan Headquarters Relocation Incentives

In an economy where any company that wants to grow or relocate and create jobs is a blessing, it’s hard to find a solid economic development project that you are not sure you want. One such project is Project Mulligan, a proposed headquarters relocation that could bring one of America’s largest roofing companies to Sarasota County, FL.

Sarasota econdev Project Mulligan

Photo – scgov.net

Later today, the Sarasota County Commission will take up a request by the Economic Development Corporation of Sarasota County to approve a financial incentive grant of up to $504,000 to assist in expenses to relocate Project Mulligan’s business to Sarasota County.

The as yet unnamed company is described as a national roofing company, and their site selection decision has been narrowed down to North Carolina, Georgia and the Sarasota site in Florida.

If Project Mulligan selects Sarasota, it could bring yet another national headquarters to Florida, along with a capital investment of $450,000 and 180 jobs over five years. The company will locate in a high quality multi-story office location consistent with a headquarters location, and the committed average salary is at least $58,757, which is 150 percent of the MSA average wage.

In order to secure this project for Florida, total incentives that would be offered add up to $1,584,000. This includes $720,000 in Sarasota economic development incentives, comprised of a $216,000 local match for a Qualified Target Industry (QTI) Tax Refund incentive, and another $504,000 as an Economic Development Incentive Grant.

The only issue about this project is that the local roofing industry in the region is not happy about a national roofing company being paid incentives to muscle in on their market, and then having to compete with Project Mulligan for the local roofing workforce.

A memo from the Sarasota County EDC to the County Commission addresses these concerns. Specifically, it states that “Project Mulligan’s national/ regional corporate account business model does not appear to conflict with the business models of those in our local industry. As a national company, the majority of Project Mulligan’s revenues come from national accounts…”

The memo further adds that because Project Mulligan’s proposed national headquarters does not include a roofing installation operation, they will not compete for employees in the local installation roofing workforce market. The new jobs the company would create in Sarasota are all c-level and typical headquarter support functions for the roofing industry (accounting/ HR/ IT, real estate, training, administration, etc.).

Currently, a full 98 percent of the company’s sales are generated outside of Sarasota County. The memo adds that “Nothing about the proposed headquarters and related jobs being incentivized is intended to enhance the companies roofing capabilities in our region beyond those that presently exist.”

Greater Fremont Economic Development Group Announces Progress in Costco Project

The Greater Fremont Development Council announced that Costco has filed a petition seeking rezoning and annexation of land it needs for a chicken processing facility in Nebraska.


Costco (photo – opengridscheduler/flickr)

The project, better known as Project Rawhide, has been in the news because the Village Board of Nickerson, NE had refused to approve the same project on grounds of pollution and overcrowding.

This despite the fact that the economic development benefits from this facility included the creation of 1,100 new jobs, along with an investment of $180 million for the region.

The project will offer opportunities for workers to gain entry into the job market and further enhance their skill sets in our state’s top industry – agriculture.

Costco Wholesale Corporation is the company that would get the final chicken product from this proposed facility that would be operated by Lincoln Premium Poultry, which is connected to Crider Foods in Georgia.

Since being rejected by the Village Board of Nickerson, the Greater Fremont Development Council and other partners associated with the project have been trying hard to ensure that the project stays in the Greater Fremont/Dodge County region, ensuring an additional tax base of $63 million. The established farmer network with 75 to 100 growers would bring an additional $136 million in capital investment to the rural economy.

Area corn and soybean growers also would benefit from a new buyer of their product. The company plans to purchase the 300,000 bushels of corn and 3,000 tons of soybean meal required per week from local providers.

Costco chose Dodge County based on a number of factors, including the quality of the workforce, the cost of doing business, available land, a supportive farm community willing to grow chickens, proximity to customers and suppliers, the local availability of corn and soy meal for feeding the poultry and the overall quality of life.

The Greater Fremont Development Council worked on this project in collaboration with the Greater Omaha Economic Development Partnership, Nebraska Department of Economic Development, Nebraska Department of Agriculture, Dodge County Government, Fremont Department of Utilities, and City of Fremont, among others.

Fremont Mayor Scott Getzschman said in a statement that “We are thrilled that we were able to help Costco find an appropriate location in the Greater Fremont area.” Mayor Getzschman added that “It speaks to all the regional assets we have that will make this project successful and we are grateful for Costco’s commitment to the relationships they have developed throughout this process.”

Unlike the Nickerson Village Board, local authorities in Fremont seem more eager to approve this project. Fremont City Council president Larry Johnson noted that the location at Hills Farm with its infrastructure and industrial character is a great fit for the project. “We look forward to playing our role in the approval process,” added Johnson.

Cognizant Project in Des Moines, Iowa With Over 1000 Jobs to Revitalize Gray’s Landing Development

The Iowa Economic Development Authority board has awarded direct financial assistance and tax benefits to eight projects expected to result in the creation of 1,275 jobs, retention of 53 jobs and over $43 million in new capital investment for the state.


Cognizant (photo – Biswarup Ganguly/wikimedia)

The largest one by far is a Des Moines economic development project by Fortune 500 company Cognizant Technology Solutions. The company is proposing a two-phase project in Des Moines that includes the expansion of their Business Process Services delivery center. Cognizant expects to make a capital investment of $9 million and create more than 1,000 jobs over the next five years.

The IEDA board awarded the company direct financial assistance of $812,000 as well as tax benefits via the High Quality Jobs Program (HQJP) for creating at least 1,014 jobs, of which 116 are incented at a qualifying wage of $26.72 per hour. The City of Des Moines is expected to provide matching local incentives for the project.

Cognizant will be establishing their new facility in two buildings in the Gray’s Landing development. The 160-acre Gray’s Landing area is located directly south of the Central Business District, and is bounded by Martin Luther King, Jr. Parkway to the north.

The Gray’s Landing redevelopment project was initiated to replace a former heavy industrial Brownfield site with a mixed-use urban village and bring new value to the downtown area, but the office part of the project has been languishing without any major projects.

As the first major employer in the development, the Cognizant Technology Solutions project that will occupy two buildings and bring over 1,000 new jobs to the area is expected to kick off the long-awaited revitalization and bring more projects to Gray’s Landing and the area connecting it to downtown Des Moines. Gray’s Landing developer Sherman Associates is expected to build and lease the space to Cognizant.

Apart from the Cognizant project, other companies that received approval of state assistance from the IEDA Board are as follows:

Rite-Hite – The company is proposing an $8.9 million investment to expand the existing Rite-Hite Dubuque facility, consolidating its Dubuque area businesses within one facility. The board awarded Rite-Hite direct financial assistance in the amount of $44,000 and tax credits via HQJP to create 24 new jobs, of which 11 are incented.

Dexter Laundry, Inc. – The company is proposing a $6 million modernization of its existing facility in Fairfield, IA and has been awarded tax credits via the HQJP.

MetaCommunications, Inc. – The company’s proposed project would expand operations in Iowa City with a $1.6 million capital investment. The project would create 105 new jobs and retain 53, with 97 of the new jobs and 44 of the retained jobs incented at a qualifying wage of $23.24 per hour. The IEDA board awarded the company $775,000 in direct financial assistance.

Rosenboom Machine and Tool Inc. – Rosenboom is proposing a capital investment of $16.1 million for an expansion of its Sheldon, IA operations. The project is expected to create 54 jobs, of which 17 are incented at a qualifying wage of $19.44 per hour. The IEDA board awarded the company tax benefits via the HQJP.

Scientific Games Corporation – The company’s proposed project for which it was awarded tax benefits via the HQJP would include an expansion and upgrade of existing space in Des Moines and Cedar Falls. The Des Moines-based expansion has a capital investment of $300,000 and is expected to create 20 jobs, of which 17 are incented at a qualifying wage of $26.72 per hour. The $400,000 capital investment expansion in Cedar Falls is expected to create 31 jobs, of which 21 are incented at a qualifying wage of $16.79 per hour.

Ziegler Industries, Inc. – The company is proposing to relocate its operations from Illinois to Keokuk, IA, and is making a capital investment of $840,000 for building acquisition, site preparation and building remodeling. The project is expected to create 27 jobs, of which 19 are incented at the qualifying wage of $18.91 per hour. The IEDA board awarded this project tax benefits via the Targeted Jobs Withholding Tax Credit program.

Minnesota Investment Fund Incentives Help Secure $100M Kraft Heinz Expansion For New Ulm

The Kraft Heinz Company is making an investment of $100 million at its New Ulm food manufacturing plant in southern Minnesota.

Kraft Heinz

Kraft Heinz (Photo – The Kraft Heinz Company)

Supported by a forgivable loan being provided by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED), the company is investing $100 million to expand its existing plant in New Ulm and add four new production lines.

The project is expected to create 50 new jobs, and also supports retention of 90 jobs. The new jobs being created will have an average starting wage of $22.16 per hour, plus benefits.

Kraft is already the third-largest employer in the city with 376 existing full time equivalent positions at its New Ulm plant, which has been operating since 1955.

The New Ulm City Council had earlier this year adopted a resolution to authorize the submittal of an application to DEED for financial assistance from the Minnesota Investment Fund (MIF) to assist the Kraft Heinz Foods Company with facility improvements.

DEED is therefore supporting the project through a $450,000 forgivable loan that will be forgiven if the company meets hiring and investment goals, and it also requires a local match of New Ulm economic development incentives.

MIF Funding awards are disbursed to local governments and then provided as loans to businesses. Last year, this Minnesota economic development program awarded $11.2 million in loans to 21 businesses. Those loans resulted in more than 1,700 jobs and attracted $1.4 billion in private funding.

Minnesota Lt. Governor Tina Smith said in a statement that the Minnesota Investment Fund helps generate well-paying jobs all across our state. “I thank Kraft Heinz for their continued partnership and for choosing to expand their operations in New Ulm,” said Lt. Gov. Smith.

New Ulm Mayor Bob Beussman likewise said that “The city of New Ulm would like to thank Kraft Heinz for their significant investment in our community.”

DEED Commissioner Shawntera Hardy noted that The Kraft Heinz food manufacturing plant has been an institution in New Ulm for more than 60 years. The Kraft Heinz Company (KHC) formed when Kraft Foods and H.J. Heinz merged last year, creating the fifth-largest food and beverage company in the world with annual sales of $27.4 billion.

Matt Hippe, New Ulm plant manager, noted in the release that “This expansion is a tribute to the strong work ethic and dedication of the New Ulm workforce, both past and present.”

FedEx Ground Distribution Center in Allen Township, Pennsylvania to Create 680 Jobs

A Lehigh Valley economic development project in the form of a FedEx Ground hub that has been in the works for years has finally been announced publicly.

FedEx Ground

FedEx Ground (Rob Young/Flickr)

FedEx Ground has purchased 253 acres in Allen Township, PA and will construct an 800,000-square-foot distribution center and related structures as part of a new Mid-Atlantic hub.

The project was first announced back in 2013, and has been going through a series of challenges and approval requirements, including an Environmental Assessment required by the FAA to release federally-obligated land for non-aeronautical development. The latest and final approval gained was the Lehigh-Northampton Airport Authority Board of Governors clearing the sale of the land to the company.

FedEx Ground will now invest more than $227.5 million in the project, and expects to create 282 new full-time jobs over the next three years, along with 398 permanent part-time jobs. The project will also help retain 1,652 existing employees statewide. Not to mention over 300 construction jobs while the facility is being built.

This is just the first phase of the project, which could be further expanded in a second phase to 1,100,000 square feet, consolidation of the three existing Lehigh Valley facilities, and creation of 3,000 new jobs for the community at full operation.

FedEx Ground, which already has nearly 80,000 employees in the United States and Canada, is a wholly owned subsidiary of FedEx Corporation, which has more than 340,000 employees worldwide.

Governor Tom Wolf said in a statement that “The significant investment FedEx is making in Pennsylvania by establishing a new mid-Atlantic distribution facility that is expected to create 680 new jobs is just one example of the type of success that is happening all throughout the commonwealth.”

The company is receiving a significant package of Pennsylvania economic development incentives supporting their investment and job creation plans. The funding proposal from the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development includes a $1,130,000 Pennsylvania First Program grant, along with $846,000 in Job Creation Tax Credits tied to the creation of the new jobs, and $126,900 in WEDnetPA funding for employee training.

The Governor’s Action Team of economic development professionals worked on this project in collaboration with the Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation. The LVEDC has a mission to market the economic assets of the Lehigh Valley and to serve as a regional shared services and resource center to help start, attract and grow businesses.

Intergrow Sustainable Greenhouses in Webster, NY to Create 100 New Jobs

Intergrow Greenhouses, Inc. is expanding its greenhouse operations in New York State with plans for two new, 25-acre state-of-the-art commercial greenhouses in Webster, NY.


Intergrow (photo – intergrowgreenhouses.com)

The produce grown will be local, year-round, hydroponically-grown tomatoes, a produce that typically requires warmer, distant climates.

The greenhouses will utilize state-of-the-art and sustainable growing practices, and product packaging will be performed on site. The Webster economic development benefits include the creation of 100 new green jobs, in addition to a steady supply of fresh and locally grown healthy vegetables for residents in the region.

The project also advances a key component of the Finger Lakes Regional Economic Development Council’s strategic plan by increasing the region’s agriculture and food production.

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo said in a statement that “By expanding its operations in the Finger Lakes, Intergrow is driving job growth in a vital sector of our economy while offering New Yorkers greater access to high-quality, locally grown produce.”

Dirk Biemans, CEO of Intergrow Holdings, added that “We continue to see a growing demand for locally grown, year-round produce from our customers and are excited to stay in Western New York where we have found an opportunity in Webster for a greenhouse project to produce this product.”

The company already has an existing greenhouse in Albion, NY. In order to secure this expansion for Webster, state and local agencies are offering an array of tax incentives, grants and loans. New York economic development agency Empire State Development is providing up to $750,000 in Excelsior Jobs Program tax credits, along with a $750,000 capital grant in return for job creation commitments.

The County of Monroe IDA has offered mortgage and sales tax abatements, as well as a 10-year standard PILOT (payment in lieu of taxes). The company is also getting a $400,000 economic development grant from Rochester Gas & Electric to help offset electric infrastructure costs, and Farm Credit East is providing a farm credit loan.

Empire State Development President, CEO and Commissioner Howard Zemsky said that “With these two new greenhouses, Intergrow will be able to expand its successful tomato production in New York State, create new jobs and supply fresh, healthy vegetables to residents of the region.”

Greater Rochester Enterprise President and CEO Mark S. Peterson noted that “Past positive experiences in our region as well as a qualified site with the necessary gas and electric supply helped insure Intergrow expanded in our community.”

NYSEG and RG&E President and CEO Mark S. Lynch added that “This project is also attractive to us from another perspective: its design incorporates sustainability and that aligns with our focus on environmental stewardship.”

Bell Helicopter Relocates 505 Assembly to Quebec, Canada

Bell Helicopter, a Textron Inc. (NYSE: TXT) company, announced plans to optimize manufacturing capabilities across several of its manufacturing facilities.

Bell 505

Bell 505 (photo – bellhelicopter.com)

As part of this optimization program, the Bell 505 Jet Ranger X final assembly in Lafayette, LA will relocate to the company’s Mirabel Assembly and Delivery Center in Quebec, Canada.

The Lafayette facility will instead receive the Bell 525 Relentless cabin subassembly that will be relocated from Amarillo, TX, and the Northrop Grumman MQ-8C Fire Scout unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) modification work relocating from the Bell Helicopter facility in Ozark, AL.

Bell Helicopter President and CEO Mitch Snyder said in a statement that “Mirabel is a vital part of Bell Helicopter’s long term growth strategy and this move confirms our commitment to our Mirabel workforce and infrastructure.”

Snyder also made it a point to note that they remain committed to Louisiana, where he said they have received tremendous support from the state and local government.

Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards said in the release that “We are very pleased the work for the Bell 525 and the MQ-8C Fire Scout is moving to the Lafayette facility.”

In a release issued by the Canadian government, Honorable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, said that Bell Helicopter Textron Canada is a source of pride and is a key player in Quebec’s world-class aerospace cluster. “By bringing new highly skilled jobs to Quebec, Bell Helicopter Textron Canada is working to ensure the aerospace industry’s position as one of the most innovative and export-driven in Canada,” said Minister Bains.

Bell Helicopter Textron Canada, a subsidiary of Textron Inc., has been operating in Quebec since 1983. This latest relocation project is expected to create more than 100 highly skilled jobs in Quebec, while securing the 900 or so existing jobs at the Mirabel facilities. To secure the relocation, the governments of Quebec and Canada will adjust certain conditions of their current loans with Bell Helicopter Textron Canada.

In return, Bell Helicopter Textron Canada will relocate assembly of the Bell 505 to Quebec, and also commits to relocating the manufacture of certain components of its Bell 429, Bell 505 and Bell 525 models to Mirabel. These components are currently being manufactured by sub-contractors. Furthermore, the company has also committed to carrying out flight testing, certification and final assembly of its next commercial model in Mirabel.

DTE Huron Renewable Energy Center Opening Brings 25 Green Jobs to Bad Axe, Michigan

DTE Energy has announced the grand opening of their new Huron Renewable Energy Center in Bad Axe, MI.

DTE Huron Renewable Energy Center in Bad Axe, MI

DTE Huron Renewable Energy Center in Bad Axe, MI (photo – dteenergy.com)

The facility is creating 25 renewable energy operations and maintenance jobs for Bad Axe and Huron County, and has also put to good use a historic building that has been lying vacant for a few years.

DTE’s renovations of the building, which dates back to 1952 and has been the site of the M-53 Drive-In Theater and a Normans Warehouse, have transformed the space into a fully-functioning renewable energy operations headquarters with new offices, garage facilities, warehousing and a maintenance shop area.

David Harwood, director of Renewable Energy for DTE Energy, highlighted the Huron County and Bad Axe economic development benefits of the project. “We are excited to breathe new life into a building located on a site that has been a landmark in Bad Axe for years, and to provide yet another example of how renewable energy provides economic benefits to the local community,” said Harwood.

Furthermore, the renovations also include an as yet incomplete 3,000-square-foot space that DTE plans to develop into a community space to serve as an area for renewable energy education and hosting wind park tours, meetings and other community activities.

The location of the new Renewable Energy Center is ideal for DTE because they currently own and operate four wind parks and three solar arrays in Huron County alone. Harwood noted that the opening of the Huron Renewable Energy Center deepens their commitment of service to this region as both an energy provider and corporate citizen for many years to come.

Detroit-based DTE Energy (NYSE: DTE) is Michigan’s largest investor in clean energy, including wind and solar, having driven investments of more than $2 billion since 2008. Their entire renewable energy portfolio is capable of providing enough clean energy to power more than 400,000 homes – equivalent to a city three times the size of Ann Arbor.

In addition to the aforementioned Huron County wind and solar projects, DTE also owns two wind parks and 23 solar arrays in other areas of the state. What’s more, some of these projects have significant economic development benefits aside from the investments and job creation.

For example, DTE Energy recently announced that they are developing one of the largest urban solar power arrays in the United States on a 10-acre parcel of blighted and unused land in Detroit at the former O’Shea Park. The project will generate more than $1 million in tax revenue for the City over the life of the 20-year lease.

David Meador, vice chairman and chief administrative officer, DTE Energy, said in a statement at that time that “Not only will this new solar array enable DTE to deliver more clean energy to our customers, it is also a part of our efforts to help spur economic growth and prosperity in the neighborhoods we serve.”

Kraft Heinz, Kent Quality Foods Awarded Incentives For West Michigan Economic Development Projects

West Michigan economic development group Lakeshore Advantage has announced investment and job creation projects by The Kraft Heinz Company and Kent Quality Foods.

West MI econdev food projects

Photo – lakeshoreadvantage.com

The Kraft Heinz Company, the world’s fifth largest food company, announced the planned expansion of their Heinz manufacturing plant in the city of Holland, MI.

Kraft Heinz’s decision to expand operations in Holland and invest $17.2 million will create 50 new jobs over the course of the project, which will insource and expand their yellow mustard production capacity, and consolidate 100 percent of the company’s Grey Poupon brand mustard production in Holland.

Michigan Economic Development Corporation CEO Steve Arwood said in a statement that “We’re excited that Michigan will be home to one of the largest mustard producers in the world and the iconic Grey Poupon brand.”

The Kraft Heinz Company chose their current facility for the expansion over competing sites in other states. City of Holland economic development incentives offered to support the project include a 12-year property tax abatement on the new building construction.

West Michigan Works! is additionally offering more than $50,000 in workforce recruitment and training support. The project has also been awarded a $500,000 Michigan Business Development Program performance-based state grant.

City of Holland Mayor Nancy DeBoer added that “With hard work, flexibility, and loyalty, Holland’s workforce catches the attention of the nation and the company is able to expand within their current location in the city.”

Meanwhile, Kent Quality Foods, maker of franks, sausage and specialty meats, has announced plans to construct a food processing facility in Jamestown Charter Township, MI. The project represents a $34.8 million investment by the family-owned company, and is expected to create 140 new jobs over three years.

Kent Quality Foods president Steve Soet said in a statement that “The MEDC, Lakeshore Advantage and Jamestown Township worked closely with us to identify the site, and they were extremely helpful throughout the entire process.”

Jennifer Owens, president of Lakeshore Advantage, likewise responded that “It was a great pleasure to work along side the company, community and state leaders to secure this growth for our community.”

Kent Quality Foods chose Michigan over a competing site in Ohio for their new manufacturing facility. In order to secure the project, the company has been offered a $750,000 Michigan Business Development Program performance-based state grant. Jamestown Charter Township has furthermore offered a 12-year property tax abatement on the land and building improvements. West Michigan Works! has likewise offered more than $100,000 in workforce recruitment and training support.

All told, nearly 15 local and state organizations joined the Lakeshore Advantage team in winning this expansion for Jamestown Charter Township.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 346 347 348 349 350 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 364 365 366 367 368 369 370 371 372  Scroll to top