The Cass County Nebraska Economic Development Council (CCNEDC), a 501(c)3 nonprofit membership corporation, was formed on July 13, 2000, with the purpose to promote economic development in Cass County. Funded by public and private sectors, utility partners and the business community, CCNEDC works to attract, retain, and expand businesses to Cass County. In 2009, CCNEDC became the second partner of the Greater Omaha Economic Development Partnership. With this partnership, CCNEDC has been able to the expand the level of service that we provide throughout Cass County by working side by side with the Partnership’s Client Services, Talent & Workforce, the Reach Program, and Partner County teams.
Invest in Cass County EDC
We achieve more together. Your annual financial commitment assists us in recruiting and expanding our business community. What’s in for you? More development means more opportunities for your business to expand. Tap into our network of local business and civic leaders and be amongst the first to hear about new projects and initiatives. Investment levels are broken down into six tiers: Visionary, Founding, Investing, Groundbreaking, Advocate and Associate.
Ayars & Ayars, Inc.
Burrows Tracts Real Estate
Douglas V. Duey
E & A Consulting Group, Inc.
Eagle State Bank
HyVee – Plattsmouth
NAI / NP Dodge
Nebraska Bank of Commerce
Nebraska Title Company
Reinsch, Slattery, Bear & Minahan
Board of Directors
Chair — Jane McDaniel, Charter Title & Escrow
Vice Chair — Julie Schmale, Citizens State Bank
Treasurer — Joel Clements, Nebraska Bank of Commerce
Secretary — Mike Slattery, Reinsch, Slattery & Bear Law
Past Chair— Alan Mueller, Pinnacle Bank-Louisville
BJ Burrows, Burrows Tract Real Estate
Dale Sharp, Cass County
Dan Henry, Cass County
Mayor Roger Behrns, City of Louisville
Erv Portis, City of Plattsmouth
Mike Kindle, City of Weeping Water
Steve Glade, Eagle State Bank
Brook Aken, Omaha Public Power District
Kara Habrock, Roloff Construction
Cindy Cruse, ex-officio, Plattsmouth Chamber of Commerce
Mark Norman, ex-officio, Greater Omaha Economic Development Partnership
Craig Vincent, ex-officio, Nebraska Public Power District
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Fri: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
*Please note, we observe Summer hours Memorial Day through Labor Day. The Chamber will close at 1 p.m. on Friday afternoons.
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