General Mills Invests $250 Million To Expand Its Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Manufacturing Hub
“On behalf of our Murfreesboro employees, and General Mills, we’re excited for what’s to come and look forward to continued success in Murfreesboro,” General Mills Plant Manager Dave Tincher said.
“We want to thank General Mills for choosing to expand in Tennessee and for creating these new jobs in Murfreesboro and Rutherford County,” Governor Bill Haslam said. “Companies have a choice in where they do business, and we know that the majority of new jobs created in our state come from businesses that are already located here. We work hard to help existing industries expand in Tennessee, and these new jobs support our goal of becoming the No. 1 location in the Southeast for high quality jobs.”
“I am really glad to see General Mills expanding in Tennessee,” Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd said. “It’s always exciting when a company that already has a presence here can continue to grow and add more employees. I want to thank General Mills for their investment and the new jobs they’re creating in our community.”
“General Mills has been a longtime community partner by employing hundreds and donating countless volunteer hours and funds to aid local charitable organizations,” said Murfreesboro Mayor Shane McFarland. “We appreciate the impact they have made on our community and wish them many more years of continued success.”
“As important as it is to recruit new jobs to our community, it’s just as crucial to make sure we maintain a positive business climate that allows our existing industries to flourish,” said Destination Rutherford Chairman Bill Jones. “The decision for General Mills to expand is additional confirmation that our county is moving in the right direction.”
“Tennessee Valley Authority and Murfreesboro Electric Department congratulate General Mills on its decision to expand manufacturing and add more jobs in Rutherford County,” TVA Senior Vice President of Economic Development John Bradley said. “We are pleased to work with the state of Tennessee, the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce, city of Murfreesboro and Rutherford County officials to facilitate existing companies like General Mills in continuing successful operations.”
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