LEDA announces 60 new jobs in Lubbock - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

1/25/10

LEDA announces 60 new jobs in Lubbock

LUBBOCK, TC (KCBD) - Some good economic news from the Lubbock Economic Development Alliance this week.

LEDA announces approximately 60 new jobs will come to the Hub City with annual salaries of more than $3 million.

The board approved three job creation incentives. United Supermarkets wants to hire 29 people as it expands its Prater's Foods ready-to-eat products to go nationwide; Cash Register Service plans to expand its Lubbock operation with 19 jobs; and Smartfield, which markets a product to help farmers irrigate more efficiently, will employee 11 additional people.

All the jobs are expected to be created within five years.

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