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con­tin­ued from B1 ant build­ing block in ci­ties to­day: trans­porta­tion.”

Premier Health about six years ago de­cided to re­main in down­town and move its head­quar­ters to 110 N. Main St., said Eloise Broner, chief of shared ser­vices for Premier Health. The group has nearly 1,000 em­ploy­ees down­town.

The free Flyer bus ser­vice of­fers Premier em­ploy­ees a con­ve­nient way to travel to and from Mi­ami Val­ley Hos­pi­tal, which it owns and oper- ates, Broner said.

She said the Flyer will show­case how much the city has to of­fer res­i­dents, work­ers and vis­i­tors.

“Down­town is truly build­ing mo­men­tum — not just as a place to work, but as a pop­u­lar place to live and a hub of en­ter­tain­ment, through sports, the arts, fes­ti­vals and nu­mer­ous other points of in­ter­est,” Broner said. Con­tact this re­porter at 937225-0749 or email Cor­nelius. Fro­lik@cox­

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