NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- State officials say Williams Sausage Co. is adding 148 jobs at its Union City manufacturing facility.
Tennessee's Department of Economic and Community Development says the sausage company is investing $3 million at its headquarters in Obion County.
Williams Sausage President Roger Williams says the jobs will be added over the next two years. Williams says Tennessee has a very friendly business environment.
In a statement, Gov. Bill Haslam thanked the company for adding the jobs.
The company was established in Union City in 1958.
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