Governor Tomblin Issues Statement on Armstrong Hardwood Flooring Announcement


Manufacturer expects to fill 145 jobs in Randolph County plant 

    CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin today issued the following statement regarding Armstrong Hardwood Flooring’s plan to hire 145 workers at its Beverly plant to meet increasing demand. 

    "We appreciate having Armstrong Hardwood Flooring in West Virginia for the past 20 years,” Gov. Tomblin said. “Their plan to hire 145 workers is another example of the confidence companies have in our state and our workforce.” 

    Armstrong Hardwood currently employs 575 workers at its Beverly plant. Job seekers can apply online by clicking on “careers” at or by attending one of the plant’s open houses, scheduled on Dec. 8, Dec. 15, Jan. 5 and Jan. 19.

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