LaVergne, Tenn.- Almost
two-years after flood waters hit Middle Tennessee, a local business is finally
finishing their road to recovery.
Sunday, Ajax Turner
officially unveiled their new 200,000 square foot facility. During the 2010
flood, their old warehouse was filled with six feet of flood water. Inventory
floated away and the facility was destroyed. Now they've moved operations to a
new home in LaVergne.
"We found a new facility.
We had been in Nashville for 40 years and finally came out here to LaVergne,
and the city has been so welcoming," said Scott Turner, President of Ajax
Turner. "So like I said, this is just a way for us to thank all our customers
and our team members for working with us during the flood, after the flood."
Wednesday, May 22 2013 12:04 AM EDT2013-05-22 04:04:23 GMT
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