Review: Web Parts LLC
Posted in the Dry Fork Forum
#1 Jul 2, 2013
Web Parts LLC and Brad Mainland set up shop in Danville after receiving grants that were contingent upon him hiring 100 employees within a year. Now, 15 months later, he has less than 10 employees working in his house. The whole thing was a bust. Read more here:
#2 Aug 3, 2013
Latest news is that the CEO Brad Mainland has left town. Web Parts and its subsidiaries Techniki.com and EB9.co as well as the building he bought appear to have been abandoned. And the employees are out of a job. The promise he made to bring employment to Danville has definitely not come to fruition and the 'promiser' seems to have vanished, perhaps never to be seen again.
#3 Aug 15, 2013
You might want to check in Cincinnati.
#4 Aug 25, 2013
So he has taken the grant money and fled town?
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