Chubbuck joins regional economic development group

CHUBBUCK, Idaho (KIFI/KIDK) – The city of Chubbuck has formally joined the Regional Economic Development (REDI) organization.
REDI was created to focus on business recruitment, expansion and retention efforts.
“We are excited to join REDI, adding another dynamic tool in our toolbox to promote Chubbuck and drive additional business development in our great community,” said Chubbuck Mayor Kevin England.  “Our city council has been working to identify a direction and vision for securing economic growth.  As we solidify this plan, we see joining REDI as integral to our ability to implement our long-term efforts promoting Chubbuck.”
Chief Executive Officer Jan Rogers said the partnership will support REDI’s goal to market the entire eastern Idaho corridor.
Chubbuck joins REDI members Idaho Falls, Ammon, Ucon, Blackfoot, Shelly, Rexburg, Bonneville County, and Bingham County.