Right to Work Michigan Sees Job Creation with Business Expansions

Michigan thrives economically as a result of its Right to Work laws, and these business expansions are evidence of that. The most recent Right to Work business expansions are coming from Miller Industries and L&L Products. As a result, this will create lots of new jobs. So this is exciting news!

Miller Industries:

Miller Industries is investing $11 million and creating 115 new jobs as a result of an expansion in Right to Work Fenton Township, Michigan.

“Today’s investments by wheel.me and Miller Industries will create 155 good-paying jobs as we continue growing our economy and investing in every region of the state. […] We’ve added 100,000 jobs year over year and the Make it in Michigan plan I unveiled during my State of the State address last night will help us keep bringing jobs and supply chains home to create unparalleled economic opportunity for Michiganders in every county. Let’s work together to ensure Michigan leads the way in advanced manufacturing and future mobility.” […]

“Miller Industries is a family-owned company serving both local and international clients from its homebase in Genesee County. […] This is a great example of a business that has found success in leveraging our region’s workforce and strong business climate. We are excited that they have decided to expand their footprint in Fenton Township and are here to support their continued growth and investment in our community.”


L&L Products:

L&L Products is investing $25 million in order to expand and create 65 new jobs in Right to Work Romeo, Michigan.

“We’re really proud of L&L’s 65-year history in Michigan. […] It made sense to continue expanding our Romeo campus, and we look forward to providing jobs and supporting the local community with this investment.” […]

“Congratulations to the team at L&L on your continued growth and success. We appreciate your vote of confidence in the incredible talent and competitive business climate here in Michigan. […] We’re proud to join our local partners in supporting this long standing Michigan company, and look forward to working together to add jobs and provide greater opportunities for our friends and neighbors in Southeast Michigan.”


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