Jeffrey Mohlman: New Businesses Join the 804 Building

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The 804 Building features four new buildings, including a logistics company and a female-owned e-waste recycling company.

The 804 Building -- the home of many businesses -- has added four more residents to the mix, thus becoming even more of a one-stop shop for consumers.

The 804 Building, co-owned by Jeffrey Mohlman and Doug Eastham, features food service businesses, financial groups, and real estate offices, for example. It also offers space for hosting events for a variety of occasions.

Newcomers to the building, which was originally intended to be a storage facility but ended up becoming so much more, include IUVO Logistics. This company, which specializes in freight logistics and management, arrived at the building in Spring 2017. In addition, female-owned Re-Lite, an e-waste recycling company, joined the building in February 2018.

The third recent addition is Dayton Drones, which arrived in April 2018. Jay Day who owns Dayton Drones was the first retail Drone business in the United States many years ago. The 804 Building gives Dayton Drones the opportunity to give their patrons both access to the technology that most fits their personality and budget. However, the new location gives patrons a chance fly both competitively or for fun in one of the Midwest’s best indoor spaces. See http://www.DaytonDrones.com

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