KEG 1 Plans Distribution Hub in Temple, Texas
The expansion will include construction of an 80,000-square foot new office and commercial distribution warehouse and is expected to create 50 additional jobs for a total of 110 employees.
According to the Temple Economic Development Corporation, the company distributes a large assortment of alcoholic beverages to 30 counties in Texas, 12 of the 30 counties in Central Texas will be served from their Temple facility. KEG 1 has other facilities in Early, Fredericksburg, and Weatherford, Texas.
As an incentive, Temple EDC Board of Directors approved an economic development agreement that includes a land grant.
“We are proud to have KEG 1 as an important member of the Temple business and distribution community,” said David Blackburn, Temple EDC President. “Supporting our existing businesses and enabling their growth is a crucial component of effective economic development efforts. This expansion is welcome news, and we’re excited that KEG 1 chose Temple to invest further in.”
“The Temple Economic Development Corporation has been a terrific partner in this process,” said Travis Erwin, President & COO, KEG 1 O’Neal, LLC. “Their cooperation and dedication to our project has enabled us to move forward on this key expansion, which is essential to our ability to serve our growing customer base.”
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