Ford Signs On For Missouri Investment

Jefferson City, Missouri January 18, 2010.
Jefferson City, Missouri January 18, 2010.
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon (L) watches as Stephen Lewis, Ford's Director of Strategic Planning and David Kerr (R) Missouri's Director of Economic Development sign an agreement that states the Ford Motor Company will invest hundreds of millions of dollars over the next two years to produce a new line of next-generation vehicles at its Claycomo, Missouri plant during ceremonies at the State Capitol in Jefferson City, Missouri on January 18, 2010. Ford will also upgrade the plant to continue to build the Ford F-150 on a separate line at Claycomo and retain full-time employment of at least 3,750 workers. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Jefferson City, Missouri January 18, 2010.
Jefferson City, Missouri January 18, 2010.
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon (R) discusses the agreement that states the Ford Motor Company will invest hundreds of millions of dollars over the next two years to produce a new line of next-generation vehicles at its Claycomo, Missouri plant while Stephen Lewis, Ford's Director of Strategic Planning (C) and David Kerr, Missouri's Director of Economic Development look on during ceremonies at the State Capitol in Jefferson City, Missouri on January 18, 2010. Ford will also upgrade the plant to continue to build the Ford F-150 on a separate line at Claycomo and retain full-time employment of at least 3,750 workers. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Jefferson City, Missouri January 18, 2010.
Jefferson City, Missouri January 18, 2010.
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon ia all smiles as he announces that the Ford Motor Company will invest hundreds of millions of dollars over the next two years to produce a new line of next-generation vehicles at its Claycomo, Missouri plant during ceremonies at the State Capitol in Jefferson City, Missouri on January 18, 2010. Ford will also upgrade the plant to continue to build the Ford F-150 on a separate line at Claycomo and retain full-time employment of at least 3,750 workers. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

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