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Posts Tagged ‘Gov. Bill Haslam’
 

 
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UBS gains footprint in Nashville

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam, Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty, Nashville Mayor Karl Dean along with UBS officials announced today the company will establish a shared services center in Nashville. The ...
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Site preparation, grading underway at Hankook Tire site

Site preparation and grading are now well underway for Hankook Tire along International Boulevard near Rossview Road and Exit 8 of Interstate 24 in Clarksville. The grading at the 469 acre site involves moving 4.5 million yards...
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Gov. Haslam announces $882K TDOT grant for Springfield

Phase III of the Pedestrian/Bicycle Greenway Project includes pedestrian and bicycle facilities along portions of South Main Street, Central Avenue West, John L. Patterson Street, and Bransford Drive. Phase III will also connec...
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Pacific Industries announces Jackson selection

Pacific Industries selects Madison County as 1st Southeast manufacture location

“Pacific’s choice further validates that Jackson, Tennessee is one of the premier locations in the country for Japanese owned automotive suppliers. “Our existing industry base grows even stronger today as we welcome Pacif...
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Hatch Stamping brings 101 new jobs to Portland

“Hatch Stamping Company is very pleased to announce the opening of a Portland, Tennessee manufacturing location. “Expansion to the Southeastern U.S. was a logical business decision considering the expansion of the automotiv...
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Gov. Haslam signs Noah Dean & Nate Act

Tuesday, June 3, Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam held a ceremonial signing of the Noah Dean and Nate Act, named in honor of Noah Winstead and Nate Lynam, two Morristown fifth-graders who were electrocuted on July 4, 2012 while swimm...
by News Staff Ed.
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Gov. Haslam new strategic initiative to tackle prescription drug epidemic

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam was joined by several other state officials on June 3 to announce “Prescription for Success,” the state’s plan to prevent and treat prescription drug abuse in Tennessee. Among those with the gov...
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