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Tony’s Tamales is increasing capacity in Mississippi by opening a production facility in Flora. The project is a $690,000 corporate investment and will create 30 jobs. Tony’s Tamales is a homegrown Mississippi company that started in 1982 as a restaurant in Jackson – the result of owner Robert Mosley’s desire to bring his tamales to
Sandman Bedding, manufacturer of bedding and mattresses, is locating operations in Belden. The project is a $2.3 million corporate investment and will create 25 jobs. Sandman Bedding will produce mattresses, mattress toppers and pillows for e-commerce and retail. The company is retrofitting a 70,000-square-foot facility where it will develop its direct-to-consumer mattress product under the
The Children’s Foundation of Mississippi “Untapped Potential in Mississippi” event has been rescheduled to Thursday, March 17! The event will be held at the Mississippi Trade Mart in Jackson, MS. Registration is now closed.
U.S. Senator Roger Wicker, R-Miss., and Cindy Hyde-Smith, R-Miss., recently announced the award of a $261.7 million contract to Taylor Defense Products in Louisville to provide cranes for the U.S. Army. Taylor Defense won the competitive $261,753,327 firm-fixed-price contract to produce commercial cranes with minor military modifications. The contract work is expected to extend through
In light of horrific weather and tornados that recently devastated several southern states, specifically, in the state of Kentucky, The Kentucky Chamber Foundation recently announced their partnership with KY Sports Radio to spearhead a fundraising effort, KSR Tornado Relief, focused on small businesses, local chambers, economic and job recovery aid with immediate crisis relief in
Jones is constructing a new corporate headquarters facility in Hattiesburg. The company will invest $40 million in the project and will create more than 200 jobs. Jones began over 70 years ago as Jones Lumber Company in southwest Mississippi. Today, the Jones portfolio of companies includes Big Black River, Codaray Construction, FV Recycling, Jones Logistics,