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MDA focusing on existing industry

Several sewing factory workers walked into the economic development office in Laurel unannounced. This was the early 1990s, when a lot of the “cut and sew” factories were heading in droves to China and Mexico. The workers wanted to see the organization president, Mitch Stennett, so they could tell him that Laurel Industrial Garment had ...

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