Bringing Jobs Back Home Part-1

Bringing Jobs Back Home Part-1

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“Bringing Jobs Back Home”

Since: Jun 10

Marion, N.Y.

#1 Jun 3, 2010
After spending over two years researching the feasibility of establishing new small specialized factories back home in order to create new jobs, our staff has met with more roadblocks than we could count.
We have found there are two important factors preventing such well focused programs from ever seeing the light of day.
1)Governmental Regulations
2)Public Awareness

We know beyond any doubt now, many new factories employing between 12-1200 people could be set up in the US in a very short time. While this in itself is not a cure for the current economic downturn, it surely does not add to the problem.

If there is any interest in this topic, we would be happy to go into much more explict detail here.

Rochester, NY

#2 Jun 9, 2010
Corn-holing is MY business, and BUSINESS IS GOOD.

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