What Businesses are Attracted Right to Work Kentucky?
Log Still Distillery and Eberspaecher are both adding new locations in Right to Work Kentucky, which will create a total of 340 new jobs!
They’re both investing in Right to Work Louisiana! Gramercy Labs will be investing in a new location in New Orleans while ElementUS will be adding a new location in Gramercy, Louisiana. Both of these businesses will create many new jobs for the state, so these are great economic additions! Read on to find out more about each investment.
“We are excited to be partnering with DADA Holdings and bringing our green technology to Louisiana and the Noranda Alumina site. […] We have a proud history of developing and implementing green technology projects, and are confident that the partnership of ElementUS, Noranda Alumina and the great state of Louisiana will be a long and mutually beneficial one.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
“Louisiana Economic Development has established strong partnerships with the state’s education providers. […] We’ve added focused incentives to support the job creation in tech, digital media and film in our state. New Orleans continues to rise and it is a magnet for such talent, Gramercy Labs becoming an exciting new addition to what powers our local economy.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
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Ryzing Technologies, Lawrence Brothers, Katoen Natie, and SES Satellites are all investing in Right to Work Virginia and creating 307 new jobs.
Using the widespread economic hardship caused by COVID-19 and the political response to it as an excuse, President Joe Biden and his D.C. cronies are now transferring hundreds of billions of dollars from hard-pressed federal taxpayers to union boss-dominated states and localities.