Spartanburg, S.C. - January 12, 2012... BMW announced today that the company will invest nearly $900 Million USD and add 300 new jobs in 2012 in its South Carolina plant. This announcement was made during a ceremony to commemorate a major production milestone – 2,000,000 vehicles have rolled off the assembly line since the company began U.S. production in 1994.
Frank-Peter Arndt, BMW Group Board Member responsible for Production, revealed the company's intention to expand its X-model family. He revealed that production of the new BMW X4 will occur at the Spartanburg plant, spurring significant investment and job creation necessary to prepare the facility for the new model.
#7TRAFFICALERT North bound 85 is a MESS! It's shutdown at 69 mm DETAILS http://www.whosay.com/l/nAR9u79
This has been a LONG and INTENSE week - who’s with me? Who is HAPPY it is FRIDAY!!!! #TGIF
I don't usually do these.. but I'm tired and in need of some levity. Describe away friends!
A second healthcare worker at Texas Presbyterian Hospital who cared for the index patient has #Ebola http://www.whosay.com/l/rfw9qFN
Tornado Watch has been extended until 10pm http://www.whosay.com/l/Qqc9qrh
There will be a memorial show for Russ Cassell at 6PM this evening on WORD 106.3. The station will continue to remember and pay tribute with special programming from 8am to 12 noon during the week of October 13th.
So sad to report that @WORD’s Russ Cassle has died http://www.whosay.com/l/ycK9pbz
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