Qualified Entertainment Company incentive | Business Facilities - Area Economic Development, Site Selection & Workforce Solutions

The New Orleans event and exhibits company will tap into the state’s Entertainment Job Creation Program.


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The New Orleans event and exhibits company will tap into the state’s Entertainment Job Creation Program.

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Solomon Group Creating 86 Jobs With Louisiana Expansion

The New Orleans event and exhibits company will tap into the state’s Entertainment Job Creation Program.

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