Tennessee’s business recruitment effort has had a good run in the last few years under the leadership of Gov. Phil Bredesen.
Volkswagen’s new billion-dollar manufacturing complex in Chattanooga is nearing completion. Wacker Chemie AG plans to invest $1 billion in Bradley County and Hemlock Semiconductor expects to spend as much as $2.5 billion on a new plant in Clarksville, just to name a few of the state’s big scores.
Will Gov.-elect Bill Haslam keep the trend going?