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  • Tennessee Originals: Williams Sausage Company
    Tennessee Originals: Williams Sausage Company This is ECD's first installment of "Tennessee Originals," a video series highlighting business and entrepreneurial success stories in Tennessee. Williams Sausage Company began under the entrepreneurial spirit of Harlod L. Williams in 1958. Since then, and still under the guidance and management of Williams' family, Williams Sausage Company has grown from one employee to 414 by expanding its distribution and adding new products. Most recently, Williams Sausage Company announced an expansion at their headquarters in Union City. Williams Sausage Company will invest $3 million to add additional manufacturing capabilities at its Obion County facility, creating 148 new jobs.
  • Friedman Recycling Plant
    Friedman Recycling Plant The process of recycling at the Friedman Recycling Plant.
  • Mama's Hot Tamales
    Mama's Hot Tamales With the support of Genesis LA financing, Mama's Hot Tamales launched an incubator kitchen in Pasadena that provides job training with hands-on instruction in the food services industry. The project serves low- and moderate-income individuals in the region who want to start or grow a small business in the culinary arts. Dozens of small caterers and food business have been trained through the program and regularly use the facility's kitchen.
  • Making an Impact from Nova Scotia to Cape Cod: GMRI Builds Home, Community
    Making an Impact from Nova Scotia to Cape Cod: GMRI Builds Home, Community The Gulf of Maine Research Institute (GMRI) uses New Markets Tax Credits from CEI Capital Management to build new research center and headquarters to create jobs, educate young people and sustain the ecosystem.
  • The NMTC Financed Findlay Kitchen
    The NMTC Financed Findlay Kitchen The New Markets Tax Credit provided financing for the Findlay Kitchen, a non-profit food business incubator, located in the heart of Cincy's historic Findlay Market district. Findlay Kitchen supports food entrepreneurs looking to start, grow and scale their business, by providing affordable access to 10 licensed commercial kitchens, commercial-grade kitchen equipment, and ample storage space. Our facility was designed and built with maximum flexibility in mind for our members, whether you're just starting out or are looking to scale your current operation.

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  • Case Study: Commonwealth Dairy
    Case Study: Commonwealth Dairy Learn how Reznick Group's NMTC experience helped a committed team make this major dairy project, the largest commercial construction project for the city in 15 years , a reality in rural Brattleboro, Vt.
  • Case Study: Highland Baking Company
    Case Study: Highland Baking Company Learn how the New Markets Tax Credit Program helped Highland Baking Company fund its new Spartanburg, SC facility, creating 195 new jobs.