Two Business Expansions in Right to Work North Carolina

Two businesses expanding in Right to Work North Carolina are Eli Lilly and Hendrick Motorsports. Read on so you can learn more about what these investments will mean for the economy.

Eli Lilly:

Eli Lilly is investing $450 million in order to expand in Right to Work Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. This will also create 100 new jobs!

“As we move into 2023, Lilly is focused on finding innovative solutions to meet the growing demand for our medicines. […] Expanding our operations at Research Triangle Park will accelerate the rate at which we can produce medicines that patients rely on to address serious health challenges like diabetes. We’re on track to achieve the goal we shared in November 2022 of doubling incretin capacity by the end of this year, but this investment is key to ensuring even more patients will have access to medicines they need in the future.” […]

“When companies already in North Carolina choose to expand here, it reaffirms our status as the best state to do business. […] Our strong communities and our dedicated, well-trained workforce will help Lilly continue to succeed.”


Hendrick Motorsports:

Hendrick Motorsports is investing $14.9 million in order to expand and create 50 new jobs in Right to Work Concord, North Carolina.

“Over the past several years, Hendrick Motorsports’ commitment to advanced manufacturing has allowed us to diversify our business and retain quality jobs for our teammates,” Marshall Carlson, president of Hendrick Cos., stated in the news release. “This new facility on our campus will allow us to further expand our manufacturing work and create additional career opportunities for people with specialized skills.”


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