Creative Lodging Solutions Bringing 120 New Jobs to Lexington

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 4/29 7:32 pm
In an announcement made Tuesday, Governor Steve Beshear said Lexington-based Creative Lodging Solutions is moving to a larger building and creating 120 new jobs in the process.

The company will relocate from its 18,000-square-foot facility on Harrodsburg Road to a 60,000-square-foot section of the old Kroger building in Beaumont.

CLS has 134 workers at this point, and will add 120 new positions over the next four years.

They also expect to invest almost $5.5 million in the expansion.

CLS was created in 2002 and offers customized lodging programs for corporate clients across the country, specializing in long-term and project-based stays for business travel.
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