Company vows to make sure that a trade agreement between U.S. and Korea doesn't impact its 650 local textile jobs.
By Christopher Brooke, Reporter
Thursday, October 27, 2011 at 11:04 pm
Officials with domestic textiles company Parkdale Mills say they will work to preserve Twin County jobs, even though the recently ratified free trade agreement is more favorable to overseas competition.
Dan Nation, CEO of Parkdale, joined other employees at a Hillsville factory to make a public appeal to the office of Congressman Morgan Griffith (R-9th District) to oppose the trade agreement with Korea.
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