Down Home Manufacturing opening new facility in Greenwood, SC
Pillow and comforter business is investing $2.4 million and creating 50 new jobs
GREENWOOD, S.C. – Down Home Manufacturing announced today that it is establishing a new facility in Greenwood, SC. The company’s $2.4 million investment is projected to create 50 new jobs.
The facility will fill down, down alternative, and feather pillows and comforters for retail clients in the U.S. and Canada. In addition, the facility will distribute these products as well as a range of imported finished products including blankets, sheets and fashion bedding ensembles to retail clients in the U.S.
Located at 402 Maxwell Avenue in Greenwood, S.C., Down Home Manufacturing will be opening a new facility in the 2nd quarter of 2018, and interested applicants should contact email@example.com.
“Down Home Manufacturing is excited to open our plant for business in Greenwood, and we look forward to growing with the community and adding quality jobs to the city. This is an important strategic move for our company. This allows us to serve our customers better and improve our ability to grow our business here in the USA. We look forward to working with the community leaders as we become part of the Greenwood business community.” – Down Home President Rod Ghormley, Down Home USA
“As a member of the Greenwood Partnership Alliance, we are excited to welcome Down Home Manufacturing to the City of Greenwood and look forward to having them join our community. We are strengthened by the capital investment and increase in opportunities for quality new jobs that a project like this brings to the city.” –Greenwood City Mayor Welborn Adams
“Greenwood County is a great location for warehousing and distribution, and we are excited about Down Home Manufacturing’s new ownership of the City Center Building. Their Investment and jobs within our community are greatly appreciated.” –Greenwood County Council Vice-Chairman Chuck Moates
“Down Home Manufacturing is a successful modern textile company, and we are proud that they choose Greenwood County to do business in.” – Greenwood Partnership Alliance Chair Dr. Kristin Manske