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Bob Rolfe
Commissioner. Husband and father of three. Lifelong Tennessean. Co-founder of West End Holdings.
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Bob Rolfe Jun 13
I look forward to traveling with on his first international economic development trip next week. By investing in a broader international footprint, we are ensuring that Tennessee is deeply rooted in the global economy.
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TNECD Jun 11
Two companies. More than 130 years of history. Nearly 200 new jobs. See how a pair of sizable investments are providing a jolt in rural Sumner County.
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Bob Rolfe Jun 4
For communities looking to attract new industry, having shovel-ready sites is crucial. TNECD is proud to announce nine new Site Development Grants that will help communities get their sites prepared for private investment & jobs.
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Bob Rolfe Jun 3
I am proud to represent our great state at this year's annual conference of the Alliance. Did you know there are over 80 Canadian establishments that call Tennessee home? These companies have a presence in 35 of the state’s 95 counties and employ 9,400 Tennesseans.
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Bob Rolfe May 29
Exciting morning in Clarksville! Proud to join and to celebrate the grand opening of LG's new $360M home appliance facility in Montgomery County. LG's new plant already employs 550, and we're eager to see that number grow!
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Bob Rolfe May 28
This is definitely one way to rappel from a 3-day weekend into the work week. A big thank you to this brave and hardworking gentleman for making the view from the 27th floor even more beautiful.
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TNECD May 13
A year ago, finance giant AllianceBernstein announced it would move its headquarters to Nashville from New York. The firm is well on its way to hiring 1,000+ jobs.
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TNECD May 8
Job news in Lincoln County this morning. Canadian auto supplier Hematite Inc. will invest $11.5 million to establish a plant in Fayetteville, the company's second U.S. location. Hematite plans to create nearly 70 jobs over the next five years.
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TNECD May 6
International Economic Development Week is here and all week we'll be highlighting the investments and achievements of our businesses and communities in . A big thank you to for sharing this message about our state's efforts.
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TNECD Apr 29
Less than a year into operations, Oshkosh Corporation's new Jefferson County operation is already boosting the economy in East Tennessee. See why the Fortune 500 company picked Jefferson City.
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Bob Rolfe Apr 26
Kicking off a busy day with local officials in McMinnville this morning for the grand opening of the Advanced Robotics Center. The center will be a fantastic resource for residents to get the skills needed for jobs at many local manufacturing companies.
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TNECD Apr 22
National home builder will invest $14M to establish a new production facility in Westmoreland, Tennessee. One of Tennessee's largest employers, Clayton will create 110 jobs over the next two years in Sumner County.
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Bob Rolfe Apr 16
Protomet is making great progress in Loudon County. We're very excited to see a terrific East Tennessee company expand and create new job opportunities for our residents.
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TNECD Apr 12
A year ago today, Belgian bus manufacturer Van Hool announced it would invest $47 million and create nearly 640 jobs in Morristown. It will be the company's first U.S. production plant.
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Bob Rolfe Apr 11
Throwing it back to my first live jobs announcement in March 2017 with Rockline Industries. Since then, the company has doubled the size of its Iatric Manufacturing facility in Morristown, started production and hired 100+ people in Hamblen County.
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Bob Rolfe Apr 9
A big thank you to the Warren County Leadership group for coming to Nashville today to learn more about the great things we do in our state.
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Bob Rolfe Apr 3
It was an honor to celebrate with the team as they officially moved into their Global Business Services Center in Nashville. By the end of the year, this location will be home to 800 Philips team members.
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Bob Rolfe Mar 27
Tennessee offers innovative global businesses a whole host of advantages. We’re pleased with Amazon’s commitment to strengthen our economy by bringing thousands of high quality jobs to Middle Tennessee.
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TNECD Mar 25
., , Those are just a few of the companies that have helped pour $530 million and more than 1,000 jobs into Dayton, Tennessee over the past five years. Here's a look at how Dayton rebounded from a major plant closure.
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Bob Rolfe Mar 19
It was great to see so many of our partners at the Tennessee Municipal League Legislative Conference this morning where I discussed the state's recent wins and our continued efforts in rural Tennessee.
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