Right to Work Oklahoma Welcomes Two Great Investments

Two companies will soon be investing in Right to Work Oklahoma, and they are Griffin Foods and RENEW Energy. Griffin Foods will be expanding in Muskogee. Meanwhile, RENEW Energy is adding a new location in Enid. Read on in order to learn more!

Griffin Foods:

Griffin Foods is investing $1 million in order to expand in Right to Work Muskogee, Oklahoma. They also plan to create 10 new jobs.

“We are very excited about the future of flexible packaging and the growth potential that it will have for Griffin Foods.” […]

“Griffin Foods is a staple of the Muskogee community just as their products are in many businesses and households across America. We are thankful for their continued partnership, investment, and employment opportunities.”


RENEW Energy:

RENEW Energy is adding a new manufacturing facility soon in Right to Work Enid, Oklahoma. This will also create 90 new jobs!

“Enid has always recognized ourselves as being the hub of renewable energy development in the south-central part of the U.S.. […] With our proximity to renewable energy projects and our strong transportation network, it makes sense that the manufacturing and maintenance to support the renewable industry is also located in Enid. This announcement by RENEW is a huge first step in realizing this vision and may just be the beginning of a new industry cluster in north-central Oklahoma. We appreciate the investment in facilities and new jobs that RENEW is bringing to our community and we look forward to supporting their success for years to come.”


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