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King's Hawaiian Adding 400 Jobs in Hall County

October 10, 2013 8:35am (EDT)
King's Hawaiian is doubling its facility and creating more than 400 jobs for Hall County.
King's Hawaiian is doubling its facility and creating more than 400 jobs for Hall County.

King’s Hawaiian is investing $100 million into its Hall County operations and adding more than 400 new jobs by 2016, Gov. Deal announced today.

King’s Hawaiian currently operates out of Oakwood and will be doubling the size of its current facility by constructing a 120,000 square-foot facility over this next year.

“With this significant investment, King’s Hawaiian is putting bread on the table in Hall County in more ways than one,” said Deal. “In its relatively short time in Georgia, King’s Hawaiian has proved a valuable member of our corporate community, and today’s expansion announcement shows the company’s faith in our business climate and the skilled local workforce. The growth and success of King’s Hawaiian will benefit northeast Georgia for many years to come.”

The Georgia Department of Labor and Georgia Quick Start will be helping with the hiring process.

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