Stag Arms To Decide
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Post By oneshot
Post By mook012
August 31st, 2013 08:30 AM
August 31st, 2013 10:31 AM
I personally think they will choose SC, based on the fact that it will be closer for their current employees to relocate.
That said, Bye Bye Conn!!!
Yes it is a small gesture on the part of Stag, but IMHO, it is a gesture, which should put forth by ALL companies when the Constitution and freedoms are at stake, should be applauded.
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August 31st, 2013 10:34 AM
I think New Hampshire would be ideal for Stag.
" Life is tough and it gets tougher if your stupid." John Wayne.
August 31st, 2013 10:40 AM
Agreed. Even though the northeast is dense with anti-firearm sentiment, there are still places left that are friendly (NH being a big one). Also, availability of a world class manufacturing workforce, and close proximity to huge shipping and transport hubs.
Originally Posted by mook012
August 31st, 2013 10:51 AM
When it comes down to the final decision for STAG Rick Perry will throw some Texas cash (tax money) at them that SC can't or won't match.
Agree with that way of doing business or not, that's how he (Perry) has managed to attract so many businesses to Texas over the last several years. It has nothing to do with business savvy, his shining personality or the attractiveness of the Texas "lifestyle".
BTW that's how SC got BMW to locate there. They bought them with a b-ttload of taxpayer money.
"Life is tough but it's really tough if you are stupid"
August 31st, 2013 02:10 PM
Its a shame these companies being forced out. A lot of history in Gun Valley, but I'm sure they will be welcome in their new homes.