September 20, 2006
Adel -- A new business will bring 100 jobs to a South Georgia community.
Governor Sonny Perdue announced yesterday that Xella Aircrete, a construction materials company will locate its first American plant in Adel, adding to an already growing economy in the South Georgia town.
"The company will employee 100 people," said Economic Developer Kerry Waldron. "They are investing about 20 million in our community. What makes this so exciting is that we were competing with another facility in Florida."
Waldron says that Cook county is expecting more announcements coming in the next couple of months.
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