Major Companies Invest in Right to Work Idaho

Major businesses are investing soon in Right to Work Idaho. Two of the most recent investments are coming from The Stow Company and Facebook’s Meta. Both of them are adding new locations. Altogether, these two companies will invest a total of $943 million toward the economy. So this is exciting news! Read on in order to find out more.

The Stow Company:

The Stow Company is investing $143 million in order to add a new facility in Right to Work Nampa, Idaho. This will also create 236 new jobs!

“This new facility in Nampa is a critical milestone in Stow’s growth and will help us more effectively support our customers who reside in the western half of the United States. […] Adler Industrial and the city of Nampa have been great partners.” […]

“We welcome The Stow Company to Nampa and look forward to future community partnerships. […] We appreciate their investment in Nampa and the additional job opportunities they are providing to our community of qualified workers.”



Facebook’s Meta is investing $800 million toward a new location in Right to Work Kuna, Idaho. This will also create 100 new jobs!

“[ Meta is glad] to be breaking ground on our newest data center in Kuna, Idaho. Thank you to all of our partners who helped us move this project forward. […] Kuna is a great place to call home and we are committed to investing in the community’s long-term vitality. We look forward to having a strong, fruitful partnership for years to come.” […]

“We are excited to welcome Meta to Idaho and the Treasure Valley. […] Meta’s large investment in Kuna means great new jobs and innovation opportunities for the city and our state. We look forward to a long, successful relationship with Meta and other stakeholders.”


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