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The state of Alabama made economic history today. Bocar’s selection of Alabama as their first site in the United States demonstrates confidence in our workforce, quality of life, and business climate. The auto-supplier’s future 350,000 square foot plant as well as the creation of over 300 jobs reaffirms our state’s competitiveness in the global marketplace.
Today we were honored to hear Bocar’s story of commitment to family, excellence, human capital, and future generations. We thank Bocar Group for their investment in Huntsville, Limestone County, and the entire state of Alabama, a presence that highlights the company's important role in our state’s positioning as a national and global leader in the automotive industry.
It takes a team to build Alabama. Thank you to everyone who collaborated to bring this project to fruition.
It was an honor to meet with Riva Hirsch, a Holocaust survivor, in Troy today, as part of a collaboration between Troy University and the Alabama Humanities Foundation.
Mrs. Hirsch shared profound words: Miracles are real (she is one!) Make history. Be different.
Thank you to all who coordinated this moving lecture. #LivingHistory #Our67
Thank you to the Huntsville-Madison County Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) for the wealth of knowledge they provide residents and visitors in our area.
The Visitor's Bureau currently has a pictorial exhibit in the lobby entitled, "Year of the Alabama Makers." What a joy to see. We can always count on the CVB's hospitality; they are one of the many reasons #iheartHSV.
What a beautiful day to celebrate the legacy of S.R. Butler with the opening of the new S.R. Butler Green Park, located at Campus No. 805 (former Stone Middle School building) near the intersection of Clinton Avenue and Governors Drive.
Green has many meanings in Huntsville, Alabama on 17 March 2016 - Butler High School colors, St. Patrick's Day, and new green space!] Thank you to the City of Huntsville for preserving the Butler legacy with this addition. Thank you to Terrie Littrell for bringing her megaphone, one of the best local history artifacts, to the ceremony.