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By Courtney Cobb - REDI Board Member | Sep 7, 2023

Redmond Economic Development, Inc. is excited to celebrate the four nominees for the 2023 Thrive Award. The Redmond community continues to grow and thrive thanks to a variety of events, organizations, and initiatives put forth by residents.

This year’s nominees embody the spirit of the community and help the local area continue to flourish economically. The nominated projects include the Bethlehem Inn Redmond, Jaqua Field, NeighborImpact Child Care Resources and the Redmond Executive Association Crab... Read More

By REDI Staff | Sep 7, 2023

Recently, Mayor Fitch proclaimed June 9, 2023, as this year’s “City of Redmond Manufacturing Day”. Redmond Economic Development Inc celebrated the event by hosting its 10th Annual Made In Redmond Tour. This event aims to further expose the industrial and manufacturing sectors to the community and to educate the community on the importance of building wealth through procuring business expansion and recruitment to Redmond. REDI visited four companies: Bridge Masters, Inc. I3D manufacturing, Medline ReNewal, and... Read More

By Mary Knight | Nov 21, 2022

Buy, Sell, or Hold? - REDI’s News & Brews Panel provides perspectives in today’s Commercial and Residential Markets. Continue reading to learn more.

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By Mary Knight | Nov 8, 2022

Redmond is well known in central Oregon as the “Hub” of many things; manufacturing being one of them. Like spokes on a wheel, Redmond has a diverse set of trades industries. Tucked away in an unassuming building next to the Bottle Drop on Lake Road, one of Redmond’s longest running manufacturers has a strong family history that still thrives today: The De Leone Corporation.

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By Courtney Cobb - REDI Board Member | Sep 19, 2022

Central Oregon Native, Bre Wilkins, looks forward to working with young people in her new position as the Redmond Internship Coordinator for the Youth CareerConnect program (YCC).

“Working with young people and helping them find their unique paths has always been a passion of mine,” says Bre. “Because I grew up in Central Oregon, I was already familiar with many of the great resources students in the area have access to.”

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By Courtney Cobb - REDI Board Member | Aug 22, 2022

It has been said that necessity is the mother of invention. In the case of Bridge Masters, Inc., this statement holds true. Continue reading to learn more.

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By REDI Staff | Jun 17, 2022

As consumers we are feeling the pinch of things like empty shelves, out of stock items, delays in home building, and higher transportation costs. Are there ways to overcome or minimize these matters?

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By REDI Staff | May 24, 2022

In-person networking is back and there were plenty of smiling faces at the recent REDI News & Brews event. Those in attendance were introduced to some innovative solutions to workforce challenges from a local manufacturing company.

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By REDI Members: Courtney Cobb and Craig Hunt | Dec 28, 2021

Looking at photos and listening to stories about Redmond over 20 years ago, the changes to today are astounding. Redmond lives up to its “The Hub” moniker as more businesses, manufacturers and people are moving into the area.

Redmond Economic Development, Inc. Board member and local business owner Craig Hunt has watched the area change, grow, and move forward.

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By Mary Knight | Dec 6, 2021

At the cross section of Highland Avenue and North Highway 97 in Redmond a prominent structure titled “The future of Flight” stands to remind Redmondites and it’s visitors, there are times to reap and a time to sew, a time to weep and a time to laugh; a time to tear down and a time to build; a time to scatter stones and a time to gather them, a time to search and a time to give up, and more. Redmond has been through many times of uprooting and times of planting. No matter which direction you see the wind blowing... Read More