Gildan Closing Ala. Distribution Cent...

Gildan Closing Ala. Distribution Center; 120 Jobs Affected

There are 8 comments on the WHNT News 19 story from Dec 10, 2009, titled Gildan Closing Ala. Distribution Center; 120 Jobs Affected. In it, WHNT News 19 reports that:

Gildan Activewear is closing its distribution center in Alabama, cutting 120 jobs in Fort Payne.

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Beth

Bryant, AL

#1 Dec 10, 2009
Gildan is a corpate vampire. All of our elected officials in Montgomery stink! President Obama needs to check out Dekalb County's economic situation.
hugh Hariel

Coudersport, PA

#2 Dec 11, 2009
What will become of all the vacant Gildan buildings, they are not suited for anyother business another sad day in the former SOCK MILL CAPITAL of the world.
ronron

Elgin, OK

#3 Dec 11, 2009
Unfortunately that is what happens when you people put a black facist / socialist in office. I am a black man and know what I am talking about.
Hit me up at yahoo.com !!!!!
Out of a job

Fort Payne, AL

#4 Dec 16, 2009
To Ronron..Our jobs were going overseas before President Obama was ever into office. If I remember everything right it was mostly all white men who signed the bill to let the jobs go overseas. But our latest jobs that are closing is going to South Carolina.. I just hope people dont mind bad quality socks because that is what you will be getting from the sock companys overseas poor cheap crap
made in the USA

Pell City, AL

#5 Dec 16, 2009
You can thank Clinton for the fact that so much of what you buy comes from Mexico, China and other countries. Not just socks...look at the labels on all the Christmas candy on the shelf.
Want to save some money next time you go shopping?
read the labels and only buy American made.
Hugh Harrell

Coudersport, PA

#6 Jan 9, 2010
More job losses reported,only thing left of gildan a few knitting mills and the high paid jobs at Old D.C. I hope the knitting mills stay but Gildan could really save money if the rest of the Country Club sets jobs were offshored at about one tenth of the wages that the bigshots make.
dontbuy

Brilliant, AL

#7 Jan 11, 2010
don't buy anything that doesn't say made in USA
chas smith

Coudersport, PA

#8 Jan 23, 2010
Unemployment rate 13.8% in Dekalb County for decades our local government pandered to the hoisery mill industry. When the conditions were right the owners sold out to ruthless big international companies leaving only old abandoned useless buildings and unemployed workers. I think Ft. Payne will come out of this thing stronger and more diverse but it will take time and effort by everyone involved.

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