Utah is a great state for businesses to invest in, as a result of its Right to Work laws. And to prove it, here are two of the most recent investments. Blue Core Labs and Breeze Aviation Group are both investing soon in Right to Work Utah. Read on in order to learn more about each investment!
Blue Core Labs:
Blue Core Labs is investing $50 million in order to add a new location in Right to Work Beaver, Utah, creating 140 new jobs!
“We’re appreciative of the beautiful state of Utah and the pioneer and entrepreneurial spirit that lives here. […] There are many individuals and entities that came together on behalf of Blue Core Labs, Inc., including Gov. Cox, the Governor’s Office of Economic Opportunity staff, state Senator Wayne Harper, the Beaver County Commissioners Mark Whitney, Tammy Pearson and Wade Hollingshead, their staff, and the Beaver County Planning and Zoning Department and staff, as well as our financial partners.” […]
“We’re thrilled that Blue Core Labs represents the first EDCUtah project to land in Beaver County, and in an Opportunity Zone no less. […] The company is committed to rural economic growth, and powering its manufacturing operations with sustainable geothermal energy. This is a win on so many fronts!”
Breeze Aviation Group is investing $8 million in order to expand in Right to Work Provo, Utah. This will create 78 new jobs as a result!
“It’s been the question on everyone’s lips since we first opened our headquarters, when are you flying from Utah. […] We’re excited to continue growing and hiring from here, and now flying from Utah too. The beautiful, newly renovated Provo airport will give our guests an easy way to travel to both coasts and provide a wonderful ‘home base’ for Breeze.” […]
“This significant expansion from Breeze brings jobs, connects Utahns through new flight routes to new destinations, and provides opportunities for people to visit Utah for work and play. […] We’re excited to see this Utah company grow, and we’re even more excited to take advantage of its budget-friendly airfare.” […]
“We’re encouraged by Breeze Airways selecting Utah as a national training center for its pilots and maintenance staff. […] Workforce development is critical to any industry, and we anticipate Breeze will find competitive operating costs and logistical advantages siting this center here.”