Businesses Invest in Right to Work Michigan

Businesses are constantly investing in Right to Work Michigan, no doubt as a result of the Right to Work laws. After all, Right to Work provides support for businesses, which also creates new economic opportunities for workers as well. Some of the most recent Michigan investments come from Allegiant, DCS Corporation, and tesa SE. Each of of these investments will create new jobs for their respective areas. So this is exciting news!

Read on in order to find out more about each investment!

Allegiant:

Allegiant is investing $77 million in Right to Work Flint, Michigan. This will also create 88 new jobs for the area!

“Flint has been a great location for Allegiant, where our presence and success have grown each year. […] It makes perfect sense to establish an aircraft and crew base in Flint, further embedding Allegiant in the community as a hometown airline.” […]

“Allegiant Air’s decision to expand in Flint underscores the strength of our business environment, hospitality industry and talented workforce. […] We thank Allegiant for expanding at Bishop International Airport and look forward to working with the company as it continues to grow and add jobs in Michigan.” […]

“We are pleased to have partnered with Bishop International Airport and the MEDC on working to land Allegiant Air. […] This investment will not only make the Flint area more accessible to visitors, but it will also play a major role in priming the entire region for future long-term growth.”

AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE

DCS Corporation:

The company, DCS Corporation, is adding a new location in Right to Work Sterling Heights, Michigan. This will create 92 new jobs for the area.

“DCS is excited to build upon our more than three decades of innovative support to the Army TACOM and GVSC. […] I have tremendous confidence that our growing cadre of engineers and scientists operating from this incredible new facility will continue this time-tested partnership in further advancing the state-of-the-art in ground vehicle technologies.” […]

“Congratulations to the team at DCS on your growth and success. We appreciate this continued vote of confidence in our talented workforce and R&D expertise here in Michigan. […] We’re pleased to work with our local partners to bring these high-wage jobs to the area. We look forward to working with DCS as it continues to grow in Michigan.” […]

“Another anchor for Macomb County’s mighty defense corridor is planted and we could not be more pleased. […] This expansion is a testament to our region’s capabilities and expertise in creating technologies and tools that advance national security. We are proud that DCS Corporation made the decision to invest in our community and thrilled that new, high-paying jobs will be created for our residents.”

AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE

tesa SE:

tesa SE is investing $35.6 million in order to expand in Right to Work Sparta, Michigan. This will also create 25 new jobs!

“The enormous investment in our tesa plant in Sparta is a big step towards being able to offer customers from important industrial sectors – such as the automotive and building industries, more sustainable and innovative self-adhesive technologies and products.” […]

“tesa’s continued growth in Michigan is an important vote of confidence in Michigan and sends the message that real momentum continues to build as we shape a championship economy here in the state for all Michiganders.” […]

“tesa’s decision to expand in Greater Grand Rapids is a prime example of the region’s status as a globally competitive destination for business. […] Over the last 35 years, our region has established itself as a destination for business success. We have skilled talent, economic growth potential and an incredibly strong business community that allows us to position ourselves advantageously on a global scale.”

AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE

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