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Governor Ed Rendell announced today that a national warehouse distribution network will create 42 jobs and invest $10.5 million in Findlay, PA.


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Governor Ed Rendell announced today that a national warehouse distribution network will create 42 jobs and invest $10.5 million in Findlay, PA.

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Latest: $10.5-million Investment in Findlay, PA - Governor Ed Rendell announced today that a national warehouse distribution network will create 42 jobs and invest $10.5 million in Findlay, PA.

$10.5-million Investment in Findlay, PA

Governor Ed Rendell announced today that a national warehouse distribution network will create 42 jobs and invest $10.5 million in Findlay, PA.

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