A Big Auto Assembly Plants Comes to Huntsville
If Alabama had sent a person who sexually assualted teenage girls to the Senate the economic consequences would have been devastating. No major business would want to invest in the state. But after rejecting Moore and his disgusting behavior Alabama has been rewarded with a big job creating investment.
Toyota Motor and Mazda Motor are expected to announce on Wednesday that they have chosen a location in northern Alabama, near Huntsville, for the $1.6 billion car plant the Japanese automakers are planning to build together, according to a person familiar with the companies’ plans.
Details of the assembly plant, which is expected to employ about 4,000 people and open by 2021, will be disclosed at a news conference with state and local officials in Montgomery, this person said.