Three Company Expansions to Create More Than 300 Jobs in the Nashville Region
A string of recent corporate expansions by major employers is expected to bring more than 300 new jobs to Middle Tennessee.
Warner Music Group (WMG) announced plans to expand in Nashville over the next two years, bringing up to 175 jobs in Davidson County. WMG will bring positions in its U.S. finance team, which will now be located in Nashville. The company has recently leased offices downtown at Nashville City Center. The announcement featured a performance by special musical guest Hunter Hayes. Read the full press release.
TruForm, a supplier of stampings and welded assemblies for automotive and appliance businesses, is adding at least 75 jobs and up to 80,000 square feet to their facility in Dickson. This will be the second expansion in three years for TruForm, which has been located in Dickson since 1999. Read the full story.
Journeys Group, a division of Nashville-based Genesco Inc., recently announced plans to expand its distribution operations in Lebanon. The footwear and accessories retailer will invest $35 million and create 72 new jobs in Wilson County. Read the full story.