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Studio Displays Plans Indian Land, South Carolina, Production Center

Studio Displays, Inc., a custom exhibit manufacturer, will invest $7.1 million to establish operations in Indian Land, South Carolina. The company plans to create 43 new jobs in Lancaster County.

The company’s new 82,000-square-foot facility will increase the company’s capacity with innovative equipment and technology for future projects. The expansion is expected to be completed by October 2021.

“It has been wonderful working with the Lancaster County and South Carolina economic development teams to make this move. I honestly don’t know that this venture would have been possible without their support. Consolidating our operation into one facility is critical to our success and profitability in the future. I personally want to thank Jamie Gilbert with Lancaster County as he has guided me through the process and has been our advocate from the beginning. We are looking forward to growing within our community and the state of South Carolina,” Studio Displays, Inc. President Lori Pope Rosso said.

The Coordinating Council for Economic Development has approved job development credits related to this project as an incentive.

"Studio Display's decision to establish operations in South Carolina is proof that our pro-business climate attracts companies nationwide. We look forward to them finding success in South Carolina and becoming a staple of the Lancaster County community for years to come,” Governor Henry McMaster said.

Founded in 1980, Studio Displays, Inc. is a design company that specializes in the production and management of tradeshow displays, interior casework, museum exhibits and other custom events.

“It’s another golden day in Lancaster County as we welcome Studio Displays, Inc. to our community! We couldn’t be more excited to have this strong, high-energy, well-respected and family-owned manufacturer expand to Indian Land. For over 40 years, Studio Displays, Inc. has been making exceptional exhibit space that brings to life businesses and history. Their fine tradition continues now in Lancaster County,” Lancaster County Department of Economic Development Executive Director Jamie Gilbert said.

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