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ROBINSON MANUFACTURING TO EXPAND OPERATIONS IN RHEA COUNTY

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Tennessee Governor Bill Lee, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and Robinson Manufacturing officials announced today that the clothing manufacturing and distribution company will expand its operations, creating 91 new jobs in Rhea County.

“I congratulate Robinson Manufacturing on its expansion in Rhea County and am proud to partner with a company that has had roots in Tennessee for nearly 100 years. Job creation in rural communities is crucial to our state’s economic success, and I thank Robinson Manufacturing for creating these 91 new jobs,” said Governor Lee.

Robinson Manufacturing will invest $15 million to increase its manufacturing and distribution capabilities. The company manufactures, decorates, warehouses and distributes apparel for customers around the world. Because of increased demand, it has constructed a new warehouse and distribution space at its existing location at 1140 Broadway Street in Dayton.

Robinson Manufacturing has remained family owned and operated since it was founded in 1927. Throughout its history, the company has manufactured apparel for a wide range of distribution, including nearly 90 percent of its production on World War II efforts in the 1940s.

Those interested in applying can go to https://www.robinsonmfg.com/careers to learn more, or apply in person at 798 Market Street in Dayton.


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