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We hope to have a couple exciting announcements next week on the job creation front. Stay tuned to Twitter.

 

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Looks like Truliant is moving employees into the former Macy's store at Hanes Mall.  This is just an example of the future of enclosed malls in the United States; if those properties are to be viable tax generating sites.

https://www.journalnow.com/news/local/truliant-buys-former-macys-store-at-hanes-mall/article_8c01dcbc-5c82-5774-b324-2f4061dc891a.html

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I need to get me some of these socks,  I bet they don't develop holes like the cheaper foreign ones.

Mt Airy company gets big contract from Army for 100% USA made socks.

https://www.bizjournals.com/triad/news/2020/09/16/nester-hosiery-mount-airy-wins-military-contract.html

 

https://www.farmtofeet.com/

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NC is tied with Georgia in the #1 SPOT for best business climate in the nation with the industry leading publication Site Selection for 2020.  

https://edpnc.com/site-selection-ranks-north-carolina-as-top-state-business-climate-for-2020/

first time tie for the states

https://siteselection.com/issues/2020/nov/2020-business-climate-rankings-cover.cfm#gsc.tab=0

and if NC had a bigger port we would #1 for a long time.  Savannah is just an economic powerhouse.  

several Triad area projects are mentioned including the big one in Eden 

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Alamance County is en fuego with new jobs. From Business NC morning update. 

Alamance County considers Chick-fil-A distribution hub
(Triad Business Journal)

 

The Alamance County Board of County Commissioners considering nearly $1 million in economic incentives for a Chick-fil-A distribution hub in the region. Mebane City Council previously approved $930,000 in incentives for the site. The hub would create 160 full-time jobs and serve 175 restaurants. Atlanta-based Chick-fil-A is considering 78 acres for the hub.

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