Ross Stores Expands Distribution & Warehousing Network in Rock Hill, South Carolina
The Coordinating Council for Economic Development has approved job development credits related to the project as an incentive.
“York County and the state of South Carolina have been a good place to do business for Ross for many years. We look forward to expanding and improving our distribution and packaging capabilities as we increase our presence in York County,” Ross Stores, Inc. Senior Vice President Eric Johnson said.
“We are always thrilled to see one of our existing businesses grow its presence in our state. We celebrate Ross Stores, Inc.’s decision to expand and create 700 new jobs in the Palmetto State,” Governor Henry McMaster said.
“Today’s announcement is another big win for South Carolina. Ross Stores, Inc.’s decision to further invest in our state shows how critical good transportation infrastructure is in attracting investments that create jobs. Congratulations to Ross and York County on this exciting news,” noted Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt.
“York County is proud to see our existing industries grow and thrive. The jobs and investment this announcement brings to York County, South Carolina are good for both our community and our state. We congratulate Ross Stores, Inc. on this significant expansion and look forward to many more years of continued success,” said York County Council Chairman Michael Johnson.
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