Right to Work Tennessee Economy Loved By Businesses

Businesses continue to choose Tennessee over others as a result of its Right to Work economy. Some businesses that are choosing Right to Work Tennessee include Brazilian Professionals and Summertown Metals, as well as HealthVerve and General Machine. Three of these companies are adding new locations. Read on in order to find out more!

Brazilian Professionals:

Brazilian Professionals is investing $6.1 million in order to establish a new facility in Right to Work Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee and create 100 new jobs.

“Tennessee’s low cost of doing business continues to attract companies like Brazilian Professionals to the Volunteer State. We are proud to be the new home of Brazilian Professionals and believe Maury County’s central location will serve this company well as it establishes its main U.S. distribution site in Mt. Pleasant.”


Summertown Metals:

Summertown Metals is investing $11 million in order to establish headquarters and create 197 new jobs in Right to Work Hohenwald, Tennessee.

“As owners of Summertown Metals, we are excited about our expansion to Hohenwald and are very grateful for the support of this community and the State of Tennessee in bringing this project to fruition. We count it as a privilege to be able to provide so many well-paying jobs to the people of Hohenwald and Lewis County, and our ability to manufacture more of our own products allows us to service our customers faster while providing high-quality, affordable building products and services to our customers in Tennessee and surrounding states.” […]

“With more than $26 billion exported in manufacturing goods annually, it is clear that the manufacturing sector is thriving in Tennessee. We are proud that Summertown Metals has chosen to expand its footprint into Lewis County and thank this company for its continued commitment to Southern Middle Tennessee.”



HealthVerve is investing $2.2 million in order to establish operations in Right to Work Livingston, Tennessee. This will also create 212 new jobs!

“Centrally located and home to more than 2,600 manufacturing companies, Tennessee is primed to welcome another great manufacturer like HealthVerve to the state. Livingston and Overton County will prove to be the ideal location for this company’s success, and we look forward to seeing the prosperity that will follow today’s announcement.” […]

“TVA and Upper Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation congratulate HeathVerve on its decision to establish operations and create hundreds of new job opportunities in Overton County. Supporting companies that create jobs and investment in the Valley is fundamental to TVA’s mission of service. We are proud to partner with Overton County, City of Livingston, the Livingston-Overton County Chamber of Commerce and the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development to further that mission and look forward to HealthVerve’s future success in the region.”


General Machine:

General Machine is investing $3.7 million in order to expand headquarters and create 25 new jobs in Right to Work Elizabethton, Tennessee.

“General Machine has called Elizabethton home for more than 50 years, and we are proud that this Tennessee-based brand has once again chosen to do business in the Volunteer State. Today’s announcement is proof that Carter County’s business climate and central location are the ideal match for General Machine.” […]

“TVA and Elizabethton Electric Department congratulate General Machine on its decision to expand operations in Carter County. It’s always an exciting day when we can celebrate a company’s commitment to growth in the Valley. We are proud to partner with the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development and the City of Elizabethton to help support companies like General Machine, that are creating new jobs and investment in the region, and we celebrate this announcement together.”


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