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7,100 Jobs Coming To York and Chester County

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More than 7,100 jobs were announced today by three different companies to set up shop in York and Chester County.

South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley attended all three announcements and said this is the biggest jobs announcement in a single day in the state’s history.

If you look at all three announcements, they are all completely different,” said Haley. “But they are all such solid, good quality companies that are really investing in our work force and showing what we can do.”

Lash Group announced it is moving to Fort Mill in March 2016. It will employ 1200 people in Fort Mill initially.

Lash Group calls itself a "patient support services" company in the pharmaceutical industry. It is currently based in Charlotte.


LPL Financial, a financial guidance firm, announced it will bring 3,000 jobs to Fort Mill.

“We offer one of the finest locations in the country to operate a business,” said York County Council Chairman Britt Blackwell.”

Chester County had a big job announcement the same day: Giti will bring 1700 new jobs to Chester.


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