Right to Work Kentucky’s Economy is More Than Bourbon

While great companies such as Kentucky Bourbon Distillers are investing in the Right to Work state, others are too. Other companies investing in Right to Work Kentucky include Nationwide Uniform, as well as Double D Group. Each of these businesses will invest millions of dollars toward the economy, as well as create new jobs. Read on in order to learn more!

Nationwide Uniform:

Nationwide Uniform Corporation is investing $11.5 million in order to expand and create 63 new jobs in Right to Work Hodgenville, Kentucky.

“We are extremely grateful for the assistance of the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development in helping to secure this tax incentive. […] This program will support our growth as a company, expanding our Nationwide facility and support of the LaRue County community.” […]

“Time and time again, industry leaders looking to expand their operations are choosing to do so here in the commonwealth. […] That is not a coincidence. We are building an economy that has the resources and workforce to allow companies of all sizes and specialties to thrive with us in Kentucky. I want to thank Nationwide’s leaders for their continued belief in our talented workforce and choosing to expand their operations here in the commonwealth. I look forward to the company’s continued success.”


Kentucky Bourbon Distillers:

Kentucky Bourbon Distillers is investing $93 million in order to establish new facilities and create 35 new jobs in Right to Work Washington County.

“Kentucky’s bourbon industry is experiencing incredible momentum throughout the entire state. […] The demand for our bourbon is stronger than ever, and that’s a testament to the companies and distillers we have in the commonwealth who produce high-quality, world-class bourbon. Willett Distillery, which has been a staple of Kentucky bourbon for over eight decades, is bringing quality jobs to Washington County. I want to thank their leadership for continuing to support the commonwealth and look forward to many more years of their success.”


Double D Group:

Double D Group is investing $41.5 million in order to add a new facility in Right to Work Muhlenberg County, Kentucky and create 200 new jobs.

“We are a privately held company that strives to build a family-friendly business. […] Being a strong community- and family-oriented company is part of our core values, and we look forward to developing that in this area.” […]

“This is an amazing project for Greenville and Muhlenberg County. […] The community needs quality job opportunities, and Double D Group will provide more than 200 of those with this investment. I want to thank the company’s leadership for committing to the community and the commonwealth.”


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