Tiffany & Co Adds 75 Jobs In Lexington

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Updated: 4/25/2013 6:18 pm
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Mother's Day is about three weeks away, and if husbands, or children buy a gift in a little blue box, they could be purchasing something made right here in Lexington.

Tiffany & Co. announced it would invest $2 million, and add 75 jobs to its Lexington factory. 

Tiffany's came to Lexington less than two years ago, and started with 125 workers.

Workers set, polish, and finish some of the world's most recognizable jewelry right here in the Bluegrass.

"Beauty and grace come to mind when you think about Tiffany & Company, but now I would say that growth and success are two words that come to mind," said Governor Steve Beshear.

All sides involved agreed Lexington and Tiffany's will be a lasting marriage.
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