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The designer and manufacturer of products for bicycles and powered vehicles will create up to 800 jobs at its new facilities in Hall County, GA, including relocation of its corporate headquarters.


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The designer and manufacturer of products for bicycles and powered vehicles will create up to 800 jobs at its new facilities in Hall County, GA, including relocation of its corporate headquarters.

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Fox Factory Investing $50M In Georgia

The designer and manufacturer of products for bicycles and powered vehicles will create up to 800 jobs at its new facilities in Hall County, GA, including relocation of its corporate headquarters.

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