Sam’s Club to Create 600 New Right to Work Georgia Jobs

Right to Work Georgia Economic Update

Sam’s Club is adding a new fulfillment center in Right to Work Douglas County, Georgia, which will mean 600 new jobs as a result. In order to accomplish all of this, the major company is investing $142 million toward the project. So this will be an excellent addition to the area’s economy!

From Area Development Magazine:

“We’re excited to significantly enhance our supply chain capabilities in the State of Georgia and the surrounding Southeastern part of the country. […] We are on a journey to transform the entire Sam’s Club supply chain through strategic expansion and cutting-edge automation. This location is a great step in that direction. This investment is critical to deliver to our members with speed and provide an overall great experience.†[…]

“Sam’s Club is a familiar name for many families, and we are excited the company has chosen Douglas County to expand its supply chain capabilities. […] Georgia’s highway system and rail lines connect companies to logistics assets like the ports, which spreads the economic benefits of these assets far and wide. We are thankful for the economic development partners who support our state’s continued growth, and we look forward to Sam’s Club’s continued success in Georgia!†[…]

“We are grateful to have had the pleasure to work with the Sam’s Club family in establishing their presence in Douglas County. […] Growing the tech industry in Douglas County is one of our strategic priorities and this facility is a result of this vision. We look forward to engaging further with the company and building a lasting relationship in Douglas County.â€


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