The state of Texas is about to receive an influx of job opportunities as a result of various investments. Their decisions have no doubt been influenced by the state’s Right to Work laws. Businesses investing in Right to Work Texas include Killdeer Mountain Manufacturing (KMM), Wells Fargo Bank, and Bridgestone Americas. Altogether, these three great businesses will create 1,275 new jobs across the state.
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Killdeer Mountain Manufacturing:
Killdeer Mountain Manufacturing (KMM) is investing $8 million in order to add a new location in Right to Work Kerrville, Texas, and create 400 jobs.
“Our expansion into Texas helped KMM fuel our growth, not just for the Kerrville facility, but for our family of companies in North Dakota. […] The excellent workforce, proximity to customers and exceptional support from various organizations and government agencies have made the Texas Hill Country the ideal second home for KMM.” […]
“We already see the economic impact KMM is having not only in our community but in this region. In addition to the jobs the company has created, there are local suppliers, vendors and small shops doing business with KMM. […] It’s creating an entire aerospace ecosystem, which we expect to continue growing and becoming more intricate in the next five to 10 years.”
Wells Fargo Bank is investing a total of $455 million in order to add a new location in Right to Work Irving, Texas and create 650 new jobs!
“Already home to the largest workforce in the financial services sector, and as the new frontier for financial technology, data centers, and more, Texas offers opportunities for Fortune 500 operations to grow, and I thank Wells Fargo for their continuing investment in the great state of Texas and the best workforce in America.” […]
“Currently, most of our 3,000 employees are located in several offices across the Metroplex. […] We are thrilled to have a new state-of-the-art campus where we can bring the majority of our local workforce together for an even better employee experience, which prioritizes wellness and sustainability. We are also very appreciative of the collaboration and enthusiastic response from the City of Irving and State of Texas.”
Bridgestone Americas is investing $60 million in order to expand in Right to Work Abilene, Texas. This will also create 25 new jobs!
“It says that the company believes in our operation in Abilene and Abilene believes in Bridgestone Bandag. […] We felt when the citizens of Abilene and the business community of Abilene sees positive things happening, particularly with large corporations like this, it ups the value of Abilene. You’ll see a lot of projects that spin off from this.”