Manufacturer to invest $10 million, create 250 jobs in Lincoln County
JCF Housements, specializing in manufactured homes, has selected Fayetteville-Lincoln County for its southern manufacturing facility. The company’s capital investment is estimated at $10 million and will create 250 jobs over the next 12 – 18 months. JCF Housements has purchased the Fayetteville Lincoln County speculative building located at 63 East Park Drive in Fayetteville.
“We are pleased to welcome JCF HOUSEMENTS to Fayetteville-Lincoln County and thank the company for choosing our community for its new operations,” Michael Dempsey, chairman of the Fayetteville Lincoln County Industrial Development Board, said. “The company will bring diversification to our industrial base and will generate great job opportunities for our local residents. We look forward to a long and prosperous relationship.”
“We are fortunate to have Lincoln County as our manufacturing home. Our manufacturing home for JCF Housements is ideally located to serve not just the Nashville, Huntsville, and Chattanooga markets but the overall southeast region of the United States. The central location with its highway system is great for distribution. The business relationships we created with the city and county officials made the decision quite easy. An absolutely wonderful place to do business.” – John Fitzmaurice, President JCF Housements
“The Board of Mayor and Alderman are excited to welcome the financial investment of jobs to Fayetteville and Lincoln County. We look forward to seeing the product that JCF HOUSEMENTS will provide to this Southeast region. The BMA would also like to thank the extensive time put in by the Industrial Board directors to secure this placement.” – Michael Whisenant, Fayetteville Mayor
“The addition of JCF HOUSEMENTS to our industrial family not only further diversifies our manufacturing base but will give employment opportunities to 250 members of our workforce. My experience working with our newest partner has been very positive and I look forward to a long and successful relationship.” – Bill Newman, Lincoln County Mayor
“I am thrilled with this tremendous news for Lincoln County and the jobs coming to our area. We thank JCF Housements for its confidence in Lincoln County’s workforce, local leadership, and Industrial Development Board. I will continue to make job creation my top priority.” – Sen. Shane Reeves (R-Murfreesboro)
“I appreciate JCF Housements partnership with Fayetteville-Lincoln County and the new jobs and career opportunities created for our citizens. I congratulate our local leaders and Ms. Elaine Middleton, Executive Director of the Fayetteville Lincoln County IDB, for the continued success in industrial recruitment efforts. I will continue to fight for job growth in House District 62.” – Rep. Pat Marsh (R-Shelbyville)