TRISTATE TALKING NEWS – TAKE A LOOK AT A SNAPSHOT FROM AROUND THE REGIONS – JUNE 2018

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TENNESSEE

VOLKSWAGEN CHATTANOOGA COMMEMORATES 700,000TH PASSAT BUILD WITH LIMITED EDITION GT MODEL: 
 Volkswagen Chattanooga announced that it has achieved a production milestone with the completion of the 700,000th Volkswagen Passat assembled in the LEED Platinum-certified production facility in Chattanooga Tennessee. SOURCE:  CLICK HERE 
NEW YORK FINANCIAL FIRM HEADING TO TENNESSEE WITH 1,050 JOBS:  Financial firm AllianceBernstein Holding LP is moving its global headquarters from New York to Tennessee, bringing 1,050 jobs and investing more than $70 million in the booming southern city of Nashville.

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KENTUCKY

CVG ON PACE THIS MONTH TO BEAT THE ALL-TIME HIGH FOR MOST LOCAL PASSENGERS SERVED… AND JUNE, JULY AND AUGUST LIKELY WILL FOLLOW SUIT: May isn’t over just yet, but officials at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport are bracing for a record-setting month all the same.  SOURCE:   CLICK HERE
THAI SUMMIT AMERICA CORP COMING TO BARDSTOWN – PLANS TO BUILD $100 MILLION FACILITY: An auto industry supplier is looking to set up shop in Bardstown and bring 200 more jobs with it. Thai Summit America Corp., which supplies stamped and welded parts to automakers, plans to build a $110 million facility in Bardstown – its first in Kentucky – creating 216 full-time positions. SOURCE:  CLICK HERE 

 
WEST VIRGINIA
STEM-CARE – PARTNERSHIP WILL BRING NEW OPPORTUNITIES:  West Virginia University (WVU) and pharmaceutical company Mylan N.V. are working together in a 10-year program focusing on STEM-CARE. Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, of course; but also encouraging kids to be Curious, Active, Resilient and Engaged. SOURCE:  CLICK HERE
SBA HONORS WEST VIRGINIA BUSINESSES AT 2018 AWARDS: From small bakeries and breweries to technology companies and banks, more than a dozen small businesses across the state were honored during the Small Business Administration’s 2018 West Virginia awards luncheon. For the biggest

award of the day, Douglas Tate of Alpha Technologies Inc. in Hurricane won Small Business Person of the Year and was named first runner up nationally. SOURCE:  CLICK HERE

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