Governor Recognizes Second Creek
West Virginia Governor Joe Manchin recognized Second Creek in the State of the State speech. He said:
“But I also know that there are quite a few people out there right now saying, “Yeah, those figures that you’re stating sound good, but how can I be sure these expanding companies and good jobs you keep talking about actually exist - and if they do exist, where are they?"
"Well, I’ll tell you where they are...They’re in Barboursville, at Second Creek Technologies, where a seven-member team is growing a world-class computer forensics company right here in West Virginia. In addition, Second Creek is drawing talent back home – talent like West Virginian Todd Nessel. Todd was working out-of-state, but came home to West Virginia and is now helping to build Second Creek.”
"This is an incredible honor." said Second Creek CEO John Sammons. "Our team has worked very hard to bring this service on line. All the credit belongs to them."
SCT's own Todd Nessel was a special guest at the speech and was recognized by the Governor for returning to West Virginia to help build SCT and to further his education.