What Businesses are Attracted Right to Work Kentucky?

Two businesses are coming to Right to Work Kentucky, and they are Log Still Distillery and Eberspaecher. Log Still Distillery is investing $24 million toward a place in Nelson County, which will create 126 new jobs. Meanwhile, Eberspaecher is adding a new location in Louisville with a $30 million investment that will create 214 new jobs. All in all, this will mean 340 new jobs for the state. So this is good news! It also shows how Right to Work states attract businesses that thrive and create more opportunities for workers.

Read on to find out more about each company’s plans!

Log Still Distillery:

“We are grateful to Governor Beshear, the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority and the Kentucky Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet for believing in our vision for Log Still Distillery. […] We are thrilled to move forward in creating destinations that will bring vibrancy, jobs and economic growth to southern Nelson County and the state of Kentucky as a whole. Southern Nelson County has been home to generations of Dants, and we are honored to help put it back on the tourism attraction map. We look forward to welcoming guests in the weeks, months and years to come.”

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Eberspaecher:

“Our state’s automotive sector is one of our greatest strengths. […] The addition of a proven company like Eberspaecher North America helps solidify the industry even further and positions the commonwealth for significant growth in the years ahead. We are building a better Kentucky and we’re doing it with companies like this one. I want to thank Eberspaecher’s leadership for selecting Jefferson County and Kentucky for this project, and I look forward to following the company’s success well into the future.”

AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE

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