Delta Star Plans Right to Work Virginia Headquarters Expansion
Delta Star has plans to expand its headquarters soon in Right to Work Lynchburg, Virginia. In order to accomplish this, the company is investing a total of $30.2 million toward the project. They will also create 149 new jobs! So this is an excellent example of how Right to Work states foster economic and job growth.
From Area Development Magazine:
“We believe Delta Star’s core values give us the power to build a strong business, culture, and way of life. These values have been a guide for our behavior, creating an environment that places the needs of those we serve, as well as multiple generations of family members who have shared this road with us, at the center of all that we do.” […]
“Generations of Virginia families have benefitted from Delta Star’s long-term presence in the City of Lynchburg, and we are thrilled that tradition will continue with this major expansion. […] As U.S. manufacturing continues its resurgence, industry-leading companies choose the Commonwealth for its strategic location, business-friendly environment, and robust talent pipeline.” […]
“Communities that succeed in growing and sustaining their economic base understand that economic growth takes collaboration and an investment of time and capital investment. The Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance has worked tirelessly with Delta Star, the state, and the City of Lynchburg to ensure this expansion happened in Lynchburg as opposed to one of their other locations in another state. As the president of another company headquartered in Lynchburg, I can attest to the professionalism, hard work, and expertise that the Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance puts into competitive expansions like this, and I extend my congratulations to the entire team who worked to make this happen.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
To read the previous economic update on Right to Work states, click here.