Villa International To Establish Belmont, Mississippi, Manufacturing Center
“The Mississippi development team, from the state to the local level, was a joy to work with,” said Villa International President Andrew Greenthal. “Representatives were professional, organized and sensitive to our unique business needs. Their business friendly perspective was a breath of fresh air. We look forward to a long and prosperous partnership with the city of Belmont, Tishomingo County and the state of Mississippi.”
The Mississippi Development Authority provided assistance in support of the project for the purchase of the facility and building improvements. In addition the Appalachian Regional Commission and Tishomingo County also provided incentive assistance.
“I am proud to welcome Villa International as the newest member of the Mississippi business community and appreciate the company for placing its confidence in our business environment and trust in our workforce. These 75 new jobs will certainly have a positive impact on the Belmont community for years to come,” Governor Phil Bryant said. “I wish the Villa International team many successful years in our state.”
“Working together with economic developers throughout the state, we strive to provide an inviting business climate that encourages new businesses to locate in Mississippi and our existing businesses to grow. Villa International’s decision to locate in Belmont is a result of that teamwork and collaboration,” said MDA Executive Director Brent Christensen. “We thank our partners at the Appalachian Regional Commission and Tishomingo County for working to bring this great company to our state.”
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