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During the next five years, the boat manufacturer will create an estimated 280 jobs in Ashland City, TN.


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During the next five years, the boat manufacturer will create an estimated 280 jobs in Ashland City, TN.

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Caymas Boats Investing $30M In Tennessee

During the next five years, the boat manufacturer will create an estimated 280 jobs in Ashland City, TN.

Arcosa Marine Products Creating 300 Jobs In Tennessee

The inland barge manufacturer will invest more than $10 million over the next few years to expand its operations in Ashland City, TN.

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Snapshots: 60 Seconds with Mike Grundmann, VEDP

Mike Grundmann, Senior Vice President, Talent Solutions, Virginia Economic Development Partnership, discusses workforce development, recruitment and training, and the impact of COVID-19.

Maryland National Capital Region Alliance Formed

Representing the majority of Maryland’s population and economy, six counties will work together with each other and federal and state partners towards regional initiatives and COVID-19 economic recovery.

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