Businesses are Showing some Love for RTW West Virginia

Two companies adding new locations soon in Right to Work West Virginia are PepsiCo and Omnis Building Technologies. In order for them to do this, they are investing a total of $72.5 million toward these projects. In addition, they will also create up to 485 new jobs for the states. So this is exciting news!

Read on to learn more about each individual investment.


PepsiCo is adding two new locations in Right to Work West Virginia with a $32.5 million investment. These will also create 185 new jobs!

“We’ve been present in West Virginia for 40 years and, during that time, we’ve continued to grow and make investments that enable us to provide stable, well-paying jobs to those in the community. […] ” […]

“Through his vision of expanding economic development, Governor Justice has shepherded West Virginia into becoming one of the very best places in the world for major companies to thrive. […] Pepsi and Frito-Lay are household names; brands that are in just about every fridge and pantry across not only West Virginia, but the entire country. It is an absolute honor for our state to be the home of these great companies’ brand new distribution facilities that are going to provide great jobs for our people and bring prosperity to our state for generations to come.”


Omnis Building Technologies:

Omnis Building Technologies is investing $40 million toward a new facility in Right to Work Bluefield, West Virginia. This will also create 150-300 new jobs.

“I would like to be the first to thank Omnis and welcome them to our great state with open arms. […] We continue to prove, without a shadow of a doubt, that the rocket ship ride I promised is real. This is the fourth major economic development project that I’ve been able to announce in less than a month. These are huge, successful companies that are investing truckloads of money in our state, while creating careers for entire communities of hardworking West Virginians from north to south.” […]

“Our country is facing a housing shortage. Contractors simply aren’t able to meet the growing demand. Sadly, this can make the dream of owning a home out of reach for many Americans. That’s why we are so excited to welcome Omnis Building Technologies to West Virginia and help them revolutionize the future of residential construction. This will make home-ownership more sustainable and affordable for the average West Virginian.” […]

“The Bluefield West Virginia Economic Development Authority began working to attract Omnis approximately 14 months ago and we are honored that they chose Bluefield as their location. […] The jobs created by Omnis will be a tremendous boost to our area and it is a privilege to be part of the project.”


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