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Soave Enterprises’ Go Frac LLC Helps Lift Economy in East Ohio

Soave Enterprises affiliate company brings jobs and promise of industry growth to Cambridge, Ohio.

 

Soave Enterprises affiliate Go Frac LLC is bringing the promise of new business to Guernsey County, Ohio.  Go Frac LLC is one of dozens of businesses related to the oil and gas industry that have come to the Cambridge area in recent months.  Go Frac LLC provides shale fracturing services for the oil and gas industry and looks to cater to needs of local companies.  The business has leased property west of Cambridge, where former tenant Columbus Equipment used to be.  The company chose the site because of its proximity to Interstate 70 and Interstate 77.  The location enables them to easily access the many oil companies in the surrounding area.  Go Frac’s district office features a fully-engaged pump-ready staff, ready to work with the surrounding oil and gas customers and community.

 

Creating Jobs

For Guernsey County, this is good news.  The Soave affiliate not only brings experience and services to the area industry, but will also create jobs.  The Go Frac district office initially reported that they planned to open 50 new positions, with plans to grow this number to over 100.  The announcement brings hope for those who have been struggling though unemployment in the area due to the declined economy.

 

Attracting Business

Moreover, the presence of new industry service companies like Go Frac brings a world of other businesses that have renewed interest in the area.  Guernsey County is optimistic about the growth, and hopes other companies who have been in negotiations with the city will be able to follow Go Frac’s lead.

 

Leading with Customer Service

In addition to jobs and business, Go Frac brings experience and a tradition of excellence to the Cambridge area.  Within all of his diverse business ventures, Anthony Soave works tirelessly to create a culture of service excellence and Go Frac LLC is one more example of this commitment.  Go Frac’s mission states: “To stand above the competition by providing our customers with exceptional service quality and unparalleled customer support while focusing on the health, safety, and environment of our employees, customers, and communities.”

 

About Go Frac LLC and Soave Enterprises

GoFrac was founded in 2011 as a joint effort by The Crawford Group, Soave Enterprises, and Frank Autry, an extremely experienced and highly respected individual in the gas/oil industry. We are headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, and have districts located in the centers of major oil/gas plays around the country. We are a trusted provider for oil/gas services currently focused on well stimulation through hydraulic fracturing. At GoFrac, we follow the same goal as every Soave Enterprises affiliate – to always be customer-focused, service oriented, and know that “every job and every stage matters.”

GoFrac serves natural gas and oil companies who need hydraulic stimulation for fracturing shale plays. We currently offer slick-water, acid, and gel (both linear and cross-link) fracturing techniques that help maximize output. Unlike others in our industry, GoFrac maintains state-of-the-art equipment backed by an extremely knowledgeable and highly trained staff with decades of experience. Our fracturing techniques are at the cutting edge of technology and help ensure that your project delivers maximum output and profits.

 

Soave Enterprises is a diversified management and investment company founded by Detroit businessman Anthony Soave that provides strategic planning, financial and other management resources to its affiliated business ventures in the real estate, automotive retailing, beer distribution, scrap metal, industrial services and transportation industries, among others.  For more information on Tony Soave and Soave Enterprises, please visit http://www.soave.com.

 

Soave Enterprises

3400 E Lafayette

Detroit, MI 48207

313-567-7000

http://www.soave.com

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