Wild Turkey Opens New Packaging Facility

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Updated: 9/10/2013 6:11 pm
Wild Turkey Bourbon has a new packaging facility at their distillery in Lawrenceburg.

The new 43-million dollar, 145-thousand square foot packaging facility opened for the first time on Tuesday and will package virtually all Wild Turkey bourbons.

The company that owns Wild Turkey, Gruppo-Campari, has invested more than 100-million dollars into Wild Turkey after buying the brand in 2009.

The facility will bring in 60 new jobs.

If you would like more information about jobs at Wild Turkey, click on the link below.

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