50 jobs coming to Carroll County

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BY THE JACKSON SUN

Tennessee Department of Economic Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and Campbell Arms Manufacturing LLC officials announced Friday the company will invest $1.1 million to establish a facility in McKenzie, according to a post on the TNECD website.

Campbell Arms Manufacturing plans to create 50 new jobs at the manufacturing plant in Carroll County.

“Tennessee’s skilled workforce has positioned our local communities for continued growth in advanced manufacturing. This investment will result in 50 well-paying jobs and I look forward to the long-term boost Campbell’s presence will have for the citizens of Carroll County,” Rolfe said in the post.

Campbell Arms Manufacturing is a veteran-owned business built around specialists with experience in U.S. Army testing labs, military agencies and police departments.

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