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iGo Motors expanding to Adair, jobs to open up

Columbia Mayor Pamela Hoots has announced iGo Motors is relocating to Adair County, opening a re-conditioning facility operating as “iGo ReGo.”

The company, launched in 2012, has been working to open this plant over the past couple of months.

The property formerly known as Kentucky Tie and Lumber Company was offered for sale by Tommy Grider and it had large buildings on site which was just what the company said it needed.



They have sales locations are in Bowling Green, Glasgow, Campbellsville and Jamestown. With the expansion of their re-conditioning facility, they are hoping to add another sales location within the next year.

This facility at full capacity will be employing 100 people. With the current number being 40.

iGo Motors is accepting applications for employees. The hours for applying will be from 8amCT to 4pm at the headquarters just off Highway East 80 on Sawmill Rd.

“We are pleased to welcome iGo Motors to our community,” said Mayor Hoots. "A grand opening will be scheduled in the immediate future."


This story was posted on 2021-03-29 07:25:45
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