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9/1/04

Market Lubbock Welcomes Two New Companies

Market Lubbock is providing more than $125,000 in assistance to two companies moving their headquarters to Lubbock.

Armtech develops software for crop insurance companies. It will receive $70,000 over the next three years.

Shaved ice-maker Bahama Bucks will get $58,000 over the same period.

The expansion of these two companies is expected to create 42 jobs with a $1.2 million annual payroll here in Lubbock.

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