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WI: Governor Walker Announces Funding for Bradley Corporation

29 Apr, 2011


Projects to Create 25 jobs
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Governor Scott Walker recently announced that Bradley Corporation, Menomonee Falls, Waukesha County, will receive $540,000 in Economic Development Tax Credits from the Department of Commerce (Commerce) for two expansion projects.

"We're excited that Bradley Corporation is undertaking two expansion projects in our state," Governor Walker said. "I am pleased we could help them expand and create new jobs for southeastern Wisconsin."

Bradley Corporation is a leading manufacturer of commercial plumbing fixtures and washroom accessories. It operates facilities in Milwaukee, Upper Sandusky, Oh, Marion, OH, and Ontario, Canada. Bradley Corporation considered sites in other states for these expansion projects. The company plans to construct a new manufacturing plant in Germantown, Washington County, and invest in new equipment and tooling for the Menomonee Falls facility. The projects will create 25 jobs and represent $14.2 million in total investment.

For more information on Commerce programs and services, contact the Commerce area development manager at http://commerce.wi.gov/BD/BD-AreaDevManagers.html.

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