What is Legacy Metal Planning in Right to Work Kentucky?

Legacy Metal is adding a new location soon in Right to Work Hopkinsville, Kentucky. The new facility will total 24,000 square feet. In order to do this, the company is investing a total of $1.2 million toward the project. In addition, they also plan to create 100 new jobs. So this is great news for the area’s economy!

From Area Development Magazine:

“We’d like to thank Christian County Judge/Executive Steve Tribble, Christian County Fiscal Court, Governor Andy Beshear and the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority for their support of our expansion. […] We’re looking forward to continued growth and success for generations to come.” […]

“Legacy Metals is an incredible example of a company fully committed to serving its community and the state of Kentucky. […] The commonwealth is experiencing a wave of economic momentum like we’ve never seen before, because companies continue to believe in our workforce and resources. I want to thank Legacy Metals’ leadership and I’m excited to see this expansion bring them even greater success.” […]

“Legacy Metals is an incredible, family-owned company that’s already enjoying tremendous success in our region. […] Thanks to their investment and support from the State of Kentucky and Christian County government, Legacy Metals will be creating 100 new jobs and investing millions of dollars into our region. This is further proof that our community and region are great for business.”


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