The Dollar General Distribution Center in Fulton will create 50 new jobs.
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The Dollar General Distribution Center in Fulton will create 50 new jobs.

Date: December 1, 2011
By: Ashley Massow
State Capitol Bureau

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((FOR KBIA)) Dollar General plans to add 50 new jobs at it's distribution plan in Fulton.
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Wrap: The fifty new jobs created by Dollar General would be a significant economic increase for the small City of Fulton.

Fulton Director of Administration, Bill Johnson, says he is pleased with the employment announcement.  

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Description: "I read it in the newspaper this morning and was thrilled that some of the unemployed in this area are going to have the opportunity to get off the pay roll."

Dollar General spokeswoman Tawn Earnest says the jobs are a result of Dollar General's increased presence in existing markets and expandsion into three additional states.

From Jefferson City, I'm Ashley Massow.

 
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((FOR KBIA)) Dollar General announces plans to creat 50 new jobs at it's distribution plant in Fulton.
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Wrap: Dollar General spokeswoman Tawn Earnest says the Fulton plant job openings are due to nationwide franchise expansion.

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Description: "Over the course of this year we've opened nearly 600 stores and increased our presence in existing markets and expanded into three additional states."

 

Fulton Director of Administration, Bill Johnson, says he is thrilled about the potential economic boom.

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Run Time:  00:11
Description: "I read it in the newspaper this morning and was thrilled that some of the unemployed in this area are going to have the opportunity to get off the pay roll."

The 50 new jobs would be a significant employment increase for the small City of Fulton.

From Jefferson City, I'm Ashley Massow.


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