Skip to comments.Beretta USA Plans $45 Million Manufacturing Plant-Research Center In Gallatin, Tennessee
Posted on 01/29/2014 3:52:47 PM PST by Blood of Tyrants
A global manufacturer of high-quality sporting and military firearms, Beretta USA will invest $45 million to expand its U.S. operations by building a firearms manufacturing plant and research and development facility in the Gallatin, Tennessee, Industrial Park. The firm expects to create 300 jobs.
From the moment when we started to consider a location outside of the State of Maryland for our manufacturing expansion, Governor Haslam and his economic development team did an excellent job demonstrating the benefits of doing business in Tennessee. We are convinced we could find no better place than Tennessee to establish our new manufacturing enterprise. We look forward to building operations here and being part of your community for many years to come, said Franco Gussalli Beretta, Executive Vice President and director of Beretta Holding S.p.A.
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Beretta is the oldest company in the world and it is still run by Berettas.
Tennessee is looking better and better to move. Great weather, right in the middle of the U.S., no state income tax and plenty of high-paying jobs.
What? Not in New York? I wonder why that is?
Maybe a big first step to getting out of Maryland.
Good luck on the job and Yahoo for Tennessee.
Right to work states are going to benefit from all the northern states........
Really great news for Tn and Gallatin.
We drove by the Industrial Park at lunch to
see if there was any sign of exactly where
it be.Nothing so far as we could tell.
It was a big subject at Hardee`s this am,
Yes, and right in the middle is a huge Muslim population...Crossville?
We don’t need more guns!
We need more AMMO!
Tell me about it. You can’t find a box of 22 LR for less than $7.50.
Don’t know about Crossville, but Murfreesboro has a growing Muslim population.
“Tennessee is looking better and better to move. Great weather, right in the middle of the U.S., no state income tax and plenty of high-paying jobs.”
Come on down! We’d love to have ya!!!
Last I heard it is growing fast, which concerns many, with Oak Ridge being a nuclear facility that nearby.
And, it’s the home of Hickok45.
Perhaps they can get him to do some commercials for their products.
There is a strong commercial tie between Nashville and Murfreesboro commercial interests. This is especially true of Palestinian used car dealers.
I used to visit them to inspect autos being exported to the mid east. The employees were mostly hispanic, likely illegals. I was sent one place and there was no one there. The arab finally showed up. There was an old man locked inside doing body work and a very big, bad dog insuring he didn’t get out
If you didn’t speak arabic or Spanish, you were out of luck
Shelbyville is being taken over by muslims. And they’re building the biggest mosque in American in Murfreesboro. Where do they work? Who knows? Where do they work anywhere in the U.S.? I’ve seen a few women working as checkers in grocery stores. They wear latex gloves so they don’t have to touch the pork. Otherwise if they don’t own a fast food joint they’re being paid by a government. Maybe ours.
That 900 million to Palestinians O told Hill to give them through an Executive Order in 2009 is part of it, and he said the taxpayer would help those Hamas families settle in US...I thought he was getting his civilian force settled.
Great news and its their money all $45 million of it. Just think .!*# obonzero’s adminstration sunk 10 times this into failed failed solyndra. It was a green thing and they said pretty much that you expect some failure it’s OK OK? besides it was a frieund.
“Tennessee is looking better and better to move.”
Better and better? Tennessee has ALWAYS been a great state.
Just stay east of the Tennessee river.
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