116 National Right to Work Act Co-Sponsors for 2021-2022
Now there are 107 Congressional Co-Sponsors of the National Right to Work Act. There are 87 co-sponsors in the U.S. House of Representatives and 20 co-sponsors in the U.S. Senate!
Allegiant and Petoskey Plastics are both planning investments in Right to Work Texas!
Allegiant is adding a new operations base in Austin after a $75 million investment. This will also create 89 new jobs! In addition, Petoskey Plastics will soon be expanding in McKinney with a $30 million investment.
So both of these companies will be great additions to Texas’ economy. Read on to find out more about each investment!
“Austin has been a really exciting location for Allegiant, not only do leisure travelers appreciate having convenient access to the incredible music scene, cultural and historic attractions the community has to offer, but local residents have also flocked to our affordable, nonstop flights for their travel needs.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
“This facility will give us the opportunity to be closer to our raw material suppliers [and reach] West Coast customers. […] We will be cutting our delivery time in half for both raw material and finished goods and will be more competitive, overall. This plant will start production as early as April and receive the most state-of-the art equipment available in the blown film market space over the coming months.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
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Two companies that are adding new locations in Right to Work Georgia are Visa and SUNGDO ENG USA. These will create a total of 1,030 new jobs!
Three companies that are investing in Right to Work Kentucky are Community Wellness Technology, Harbor Steel & Supply, and Flavorman.