Beracah Homes Brings New Jobs to Sussex County

Media are invited to Tour the former Nanticoke Homes plant on April 14th as the first home comes off the assembly line

Greenwood, DE- Beracah Homes, operating on the site of the former Nanticoke Homes, will open the doors to its plant and its operations on Monday, April 14th. Media are invited to join Senator Tom Carper as he gets a first-hand look at how two local entrepreneurs, Jeffrey Bowers and Wayne Collison, turned a bankrupt company into a success story. Bowers and Collison have given Sussex County a shot in the arm by hiring back former Nanticoke employees, by creating new jobs and by reopening the plant. Beracah Homes produces affordable off-site custom built homes. “The determination and know-how shown by small business owners, Bowers and Collison, along with the assistance of the USDA and Artisans’ Bank, is a wonderful example of committed partners coming together to help bring jobs back to Delaware,” said Carper. “The creation of a vibrant new company to replace Nanticoke Homes will foster economic growth in Sussex County, and that’s a win-win situation for everyone.” Join Senator Carper as he gets a behind-the-scenes look at the Beracah Homes plant during its first week of operation. WHO: Senator Tom Carper Jeffrey Bowers and Wayne Collison, Owners of Beracah Inc. Employees of Beracah Inc.
WHAT: Tour of Beracah Inc., formerly Nanticoke Homes Inc.
WHEN: Monday, April 14, 2003 11:30 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
WHERE: Beracah Homes 9098 Sussex Highway, Greenwood (Rt. 13-½ mile North of Greenwood-Southbound Side)