Kermit Highfield – Companies Bringing New Jobs to Louisville
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Two new organizations were carrying their business and new openings to Louisville.
On Monday, Mayor Greg Fischer reported The Curehouse, another meat restoring organization that centers around nearby nourishments, will be assuming control over the previous Salvation Army area on Old Fern Valley Road. He additionally said Preston Farms Popcorn Company has moved from its previous area in Palmyra to the Park Hill territory.
Among them, the city said 61 positions and $5.3 million in speculations would be going to the territory. The leader of Preston Farms said more should be coming in the years to come. "We're preparing to add another creation line here soon," said Kermit Highfield. "Where we will be, we have the capacity to extend and develop that line. We realize we will develop. We're developing presently."
Up until now, Preston Farms has recruited six individuals since moving to Louisville in November and will be searching for individuals to fill occupations from the creation line to the workplace throughout the following year and a half. Read more...