Friday, March 18, 2011
Company planning second facility to house new jobs and expanded operations in OKC
OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin today welcomed an announcement from The Boeing Company that it is planning to build a second facility in Oklahoma City to accommodate 550 new jobs and expanded operations.
“I’m very pleased to hear that Boeing is building a second facility to accommodate 550 new jobs and the company’s expanded operations in Oklahoma City,” Fallin said. “As governor, I will continue to pursue pro-growth policies that allow us to attract more jobs and opportunities for Oklahomans so that announcements like this will be more common across our state. This is great news for the aerospace industry, and to our new friends at Boeing, I say ‘welcome to Oklahoma!’”