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Posted: 23 Jun 2013 06:26 PM PDT
Posted: 23 Jun 2013 03:37 PM PDT
Darrell Freeman of Madison, Brad Young of Reidsville and Steven Sherwood from Davidson County heard about the manufacturer’s request for interview applications from different sources. Freeman said his wife saw an announcement on Facebook, while Sherwood heard a television news report and Young saw it on a news media’s website.
Interviews with Ruger's consultants, Greyhill Advisors, by the Greensboro News-Record also confirmed that it would be Ruger. Locations in South Carolina and Texas are also under consideration. Daniel Kah, a spokesman for Greyhill said they were very pleased with the turnout in Mayodan especially given the short notice. As to how many employees would eventually be hired, he had this to say:
How many people will be hired is still unknown. Kah said it would be a “meaningful number of employees,” somewhere in the hundreds.
Kah went on to say that Ruger expects to make a decision in about two months.
Posted: 23 Jun 2013 02:07 PM PDT
"The reason why I joined the group in the first place was because I took the name for what it said, against illegal guns," Morrissey said.
You have to wonder how many other mayors across the country were sold the line that all MAIG wanted to do was prevent criminals from having firearms as opposed to preventing everyone but Mayor Bloomberg's personal protection team from having firearms.
Posted: 23 Jun 2013 05:25 AM PDT