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Inc. 5000 list includes 12 midstate companies

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Twelve companies from Central Pennsylvania made this year's Inc. 5000 list, an annual Inc. magazine publication that ranks the fastest-growing private companies in the country.

There are five from Dauphin County, four from Lancaster county, two from Cumberland County and one from Lebanon County.

The rankings were as follows:

Soccer Shots Franchising, Dauphin County: 996 (rank), 431 percent (three-year growth), $2.1 million (2012 revenue)

DRT Transportation, Lebanon County: 1,202, 348 percent, $18.6 million

Smilebuilderz LLC, Lancaster County: 1,890, 201 percent, $16.3 million

Ritter Insurance Marketing, Dauphin County: 1,893, 201 percent, $11.3 million

Flagger Force, Dauphin County: 2,331, 156 percent, $33.3 million

Williams-Forrest, Lancaster County: 2,737, 127 percent, $2.4 million

Client Solutions Architects, Cumberland County: 3,023, 111 percent, $31.2 million

EZSolution, Lancaster County: 3,118, 106 percent, $2.3 million

Momentum Inc., Cumberland County: 3,629, 83 percent, $9.8 million

CJ Pony Parts Inc., Dauphin County: 3,648, 82 percent, $30 million

The Benecon Group Inc., Lancaster County: 4,450, 52 percent, $24.9 million

Journal Multimedia Corp., Dauphin County: 4,796, 41 percent, $16.8 million. Journal Multimedia is the parent company of the Central Penn Business Journal.

 

Editor's Note: This item was modified from its previous version to include Soccer Shots.

Jason Scott

Jason Scott

Jason Scott covers state government, real estate and construction, media and marketing, and Dauphin County. Have a tip or question for him? Email him at jasons@cpbj.com. Follow him on Twitter, @JScottJournal. Circle Jason Scott on .

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