Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal, left, is presented with a model Mercedes-Benz by Mercedes-Benz USA CEO Steve Cannon at a ceremony in February in Atlanta announcing the company’s U.S. corporate headquarters will relocate from New Jersey to the metro Atlanta city of Sandy Springs. Deal has said the company is expecting to create at least 800 jobs and invest about $74 million in its facility.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal, left, is presented with a model Mercedes-Benz by Mercedes-Benz USA CEO Steve Cannon at a ceremony in February in Atlanta announcing the company’s U.S. corporate headquarters will relocate from New Jersey to the metro Atlanta city of Sandy Springs. Deal has said the company is expecting to create at least 800 jobs and invest about $74 million in its facility. David Goldman AP
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal, left, is presented with a model Mercedes-Benz by Mercedes-Benz USA CEO Steve Cannon at a ceremony in February in Atlanta announcing the company’s U.S. corporate headquarters will relocate from New Jersey to the metro Atlanta city of Sandy Springs. Deal has said the company is expecting to create at least 800 jobs and invest about $74 million in its facility. David Goldman AP

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