What Right to Work Virginia Companies are Expanding?

Businesses are expanding in Right to Work Virginia, and it’s no surprise as to why. Business growth is simply easier to do in Right to Work states than in forced-unionism states. Companies that are expanding soon in Right to Work Virginia include Evolve Services and SVT Robotics, as well as Virginia Diner. But these businesses aren’t the only ones benefitting. These expansions will also create 137 new jobs for the state. So this is great news for everyone!

Read on in order to learn more about each investment.

Evolve Services:

Evolve Services is expanding in Right to Work Frederick County, Virginia. with a $1.25 million investment. This will create 84 new jobs.

“Evolve chose Virginia as its home because of its business-friendly environment, access to a diverse workforce, and small business support network. […] Virginia is the complete package for doing business.” […]

“Evolve Services is a key employer in Frederick County. We are pleased to support the growth of another manufacturer reinvesting in the Commonwealth. […] This expansion is further evidence of the Shenandoah Valley’s ability to attract and retain businesses with its infrastructure, workforce, and livability.” […]

“Small businesses are the cornerstone of a thriving economy, and we celebrate Evolve Services’ continued success and the addition of 84 new jobs in Frederick County. […] The company has experienced impressive growth since its founding eight years ago. We are excited to see Evolve already tripling its facility size and adding production lines.”


SVT Robotics:

SVT Robotics is expanding in Right to Work Norfolk, Virginia with a $101,400 investment. This will also create 37 new jobs for the area!

“We are thrilled by the ongoing efforts from the Commonwealth of Virginia and the City of Norfolk to create an environment that is extremely friendly to tech startups. […] The VJIP jobs grant will make it easier for SVT to create tech jobs right here in Virginia. The ability to recruit the best technical talent is the lifeblood of tech companies. We applaud Virginia’s efforts to create strong tailwinds for firms like SVT.” […]

“SVT Robotics’ proprietary software advances the technology industry and creates jobs of the future, and we applaud the company’s vision and success,” said Secretary of Commerce and Trade Brian Ball. “Norfolk has fostered the business and innovation environment needed to propel small tech businesses like SVT forward, and we look forward to continuing our partnership with the company and the City in this next phase of growth.”


Virginia Diner:

Virginia Diner is investing $4.5 million in order to nearly double its production in Right to Work Wakefield, Virginia. This will also create 16 new jobs!

“Virginia Diner has been an icon throughout Virginia and the Mid-Atlantic region for 92 years[…]. We are thankful for the support of the Commonwealth of Virginia and Sussex County as we embark in a multi-year, multi-phase investment to bring more jobs, revenue, and agricultural purchases to the region.” […]

“Virginia Diner celebrates all of the culinary traditions of the Southeastern corner of our Commonwealth, most notably, Virginia peanuts. This expansion will not only bring new jobs and investment to Sussex County, but will create important new markets for Virginia peanuts and help secure the future of one of our most iconic businesses.” […]

“We are delighted that Virginia Diner has made the decision to continue to grow and prosper in the Gateway Region.”


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