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The Vidalia DC is currently looking for 10 new drivers and 8 part time warehouse personnel. “On the local level, our employees are ready for this challenge. We are recruiting more warehouse personnel and drivers not just for this new venture, but also to prepare for fall volume,” said Vidalia General Manager Tim Truxel. “We’re excited about the increased demand and the potential new opportunities for growth that this expansion will bring to Dot Foods and the Vidalia distribution center.”
Blue Bird recalls more than 2,500 school buses over steering issues
Source: Savannah Morning News/weekend
Nearly 10,000 jobs in Augusta from foreign-owned companies
A report by the nonprofit Brookings Institution said the metro area had nearly 10,000 jobs, representing 5.7 percent of its total private employment, supported by foreign firms in 2011.
Source: Augusta Chronicle/weekend
St. Marys looks for help in moving airport
Efforts by city officials to close the lightly used St. Marys Airport continue to battle headwinds, but the Navy may provide some needed support. That help could either get the airport closed for good or it may result in an airport at a new location.
Source: Georgia Times-Union/weekend
Bankrupt real estate investor allegedly hid $650,000 at Vegas casinos
The bankruptcy case of one-time Atlanta real estate investor Giorgio Medici has taken a strange twist.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle
Still Lake Greenhouses & Florist to close after 40 years in Lawrenceville
On July 12, Still Lake Nursery will close its doors.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post
SV Pittie Textiles to hold groundbreaking Monday in Screven County
Columbus-area McDonald’s locations chosen to test new McD Ordering app
McDonald’s is testing its new mobile payment app called “McD Ordering”, and they have chosen the Chattahoochee Valley as their test area, with 22 locations in Columbus.
Del Taco returning to Columbus
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer