Right to Work South Carolina’s Most Recent Investments

Companies choosing to invest in Right to Work South Carolina include M.G.S. and Sticker Mule, as well as Norman USA. Read on so you can learn more about what these investments will mean for the economy.


M.G.S. is investing $3 million in order to expand in Right to Work Columbia, South Carolina. This will also create 12 new jobs.

“The military is integral to South Carolina’s economy, and M.G.S., LLC’s expansion will continue to support and grow this sector not only in Richland County, but across the state. We look forward to the opportunities that result from this investment.”


Sticker Mule:

Sticker Mule is investing $18 million in order to add a new location in Right to Work Gaffney, South Carolina, creating 50 new jobs!

“We are excited to grow Sticker Mule’s footprint in Cherokee County. South Carolina’s business-friendly environment, talented workforce and proximity to our growing customer base are key to our future growth plans, and we look forward to increasing our presence in the Cherokee County community.” […]

“South Carolina is committed to supporting our existing business community, and Sticker Mule’s expansion is a testament that companies grow and thrive here.”


Norman USA:

Norman USA is investing $16 million in order to add a new location in Right to Work Beaufort, South Carolina. This will create 67 new jobs!

“Norman USA is excited to announce plans to establish an East Coast presence in Beaufort. In addition to the excellent support we have received from the state, county and city, our decision was reinforced by the proximity to ports and surrounding resources.” […]

“It is exciting to see Beaufort County’s economic development continue to flourish with today’s announcement by Norman USA. We welcome this company to South Carolina’s thriving business community.” […]

“SouthernCarolina Alliance congratulates Beaufort County and their economic development corporation on the announcement that Norman USA will locate in the Beaufort Spec Building, creating 67 jobs. Every job created provides an opportunity for a local resident, which improves the quality of life for our families. Our communities appreciate good economic development, and we welcome Norman USA and look forward to their growth in Beaufort County.”


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