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Approximately 5,000 eighth-grade students throughout the tri-county area will attend the seventh annual Business and Industry Showcase over two days starting today at the Anderson Civic Center.
Appalachian Development Corporation director Bradley Schneider spoke Thursday at the Oconee Economic Alliance business forum.
A $2.5 million expansion will see Nason, an industrial equipment supplier located on S.C. Highway 11 near Walhalla, add 30,000 square feet and 26 new jobs.
The future is now at the ITT Corp. plant where some 100 employees stay busy making critical components for end uses ranging from automation to aerospace that will drive industry, technology and the economy well into tomorrow land.
Economic development leaders said they are pleased with the positive response received from businesses, industries, school districts and, most importantly, students who attended this year’s annual showcase held at the Anderson Civic Center.
Saturday marked the first time since 1977 that Notre Dame and Clemson have played football in Death Valley, but the Fighting Irish’s visit wasn’t the only significant thing to occur in Tigertown 38 years ago.