MOUNT VERNON — Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland was "very impressed" during his tour of Sanoh America Inc.'s new facility Friday afternoon.



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4 Responses to “State funds bring jobs to Sanoh”

  1. csd

    More photo ops for the pols. It must be an election year. Maybe Mr Space would enjoy explaining his cap and trade vote from earlier ? I wonder if he took questions ? Not likely. Time to run back under the rock and hide from the voters Mr Space.

  2. John C. Davidson

    Is this an American company or a global one?

  3. hapa akamai

    With his push to see more jobs in Ohio, Strickland believes manufacturing will ‚Äúmost likely‚Äù lead the state out of the recession. Really? how at $7.75 / hour? The national average hourly wage is roughly $18/hr so tell us how more minimum wage jobs that benefit foreign owned companies helps Ohio? Take some of that funding and build a Dollar General and another Walmart next door while you’re at it and really keep your foot on the necks of the working class. keep patting yourselves on the back (governor and company) You’re doing a great job!

  4. mike wazauski

    Thats great!!! I just hope it will bring decent wages to that place too…