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Fall 2011 Top Deals

The American South's 10-Largest New and Expanded Manufacturing and Selected Non-Manufacturing Job Announcements

Announcements made in the Fall 2011 Quarter

Company Jobs Investment N/E Location Description
1. GM 1,900 $244 E Spring Hill, Tenn. Auto assembly
2. Continental Tire 1,700 $500 N Sumter, S.C. Tires
3. GM 1,660 $380 E Wentzville, Mo.

Auto assembly

4. Ford 1,600 $1,100 E Claycomo, Mo.

Auto assembly

5. TD Bank 1,600 N/A E Greenville, S.C. Financial services
6. Halliburton 1,500 $50 N San Antonio, Tex. Oil field services
7. American Railcar 1,400 N/A E Arkansas Rail cars
8. Margaritaville Casino 1,262 $100 N Bossier City, La. Casino
9. Bed Bath & Beyond 900 N/A N Jackson Co., Ga. Fulfillment center
10. Bridgestone 850 $1,200 N/E Aiken, S.C. Tires

($Inv. = Investment in millions - N=New; E=Expansion; R=Relocation)

Sources: Alabama Development Office; Arkansas Economic Development Commission; Enterprise Florida; Georgia Dept. of Economic Development; Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development; Louisiana Economic Development; Mississippi Development Authority; Missouri Dept. of Economic Development; North Carolina Dept. of Commerce; Oklahoma Dept. of Commerce; South Carolina Dept. of Commerce; Tennessee Dept. of Economic & Community Development; Texas Dept. of Economic Development; Virginia Economic Development Partnership; West Virginia Development Office


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