Right to Work North Carolina to be Bursting with Job Opportunities

North Carolina’s economy just continues to grow. Three companies, including Grover Gaming, Sturm Ruger & Company, and Riverside Furniture are all expanding their North Carolina locations as well as creating new jobs. In addition, KBI Biopharma is adding a new facility in the state and has chosen Research Triangle Park as the perfect location. Altogether, these four companies are investing a total of $177.9 million and create 510 jobs over the next several years.

Read on to find out more about each investment!

Grover Gaming

Grover Gaming:

“The Greenville – ENC Alliance is proud to have had the opportunity to work with the team at Grover Gaming. […] We successfully competed against Columbus, Ohio; Atlanta, Georgia; and Las Vegas, Nevada for this project. Our community continues to rise to the top of site selection projects as a premier destination due to our talent, connectivity, and livability.”

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Sturm Rugers & Company

Sturm Ruger & Company:

“Expansions by existing companies are compelling evidence that North Carolina’s economic assets and business climate remain competitive. […] I congratulate Sturm, Ruger for its impressive growth[. I] also commend the state and local partners and allies that have supported the company’s success in Rockingham County.”

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Riverside Furniture

Riverside Furniture:

“Growing companies know they can succeed with North Carolina’s skilled workforce, location, and infrastructure to support their distribution operations. Riverside Furniture’s increased presence fits with North Carolina’s reputation as the furniture capital of the world.”

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KBI Biopharma

KBI Biopharma:

“We chose to build this new facility in the Research Triangle Park because it gives us access to highly-specialized resources. The combination of talent, technical and academic training in this region is outstanding, which is critical as we are expanding our impact by serving more clients and patients from this new facility.”

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