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April 3, 2006

Cairo- A new business is creating 50 new jobs in Grady County. Home Source temporarily moved into the old Roddenberry Pickle Factory while more permanent arrangements are being made. Home Source makes kitchen cabinets and will permanently move into the center once their space is ready.

"We have taken it and we've got three companies in it right now, we've got space for quite a few more and we're calling it the Heritage Industrial complex," said Rick McCaskill, Grady County Joint Development Authority.

Home Source is relocating from Florida. The Grady County Joint Development Authority is working with several other businesses to relocate to the Heritage Industrial Complex.

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