Apparently, the answer to the age-old question, “what does the Fox say*?” has something to do with jobs and Georgia.
Fox Factory Holding Corp., which designs and manufactures performance-defining ride dynamics products for bikes—traditional and motor versions—will move its headquarters to Georgia and expects to create 800 jobs and invest $50 million in new facilities.
Hall County, which is home to Lanier Technical College’s newest campus (and is one of the most advanced technical college campuses in the southeast) will be Fox’s new home for manufacturing, warehousing, distribution, and office space.
The first phase of the Hall County project will be completed in early 2020. Fox Factory Holding Corp. is expected to relocate its corporate headquarters from Scotts Valley, California, to its existing offices in Georgia by the end of 2018.
As per usual with these announcements, we don’t yet know when the jobs will come open. Here is a link to the corporate jobs page. Stay tuned to Georgia@Work as we’ll update news as we get it, but also check the site every so often to see if any new positions come available in Georgia.
* I apologize for nothing