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SP-Teri to expand in Humphreys County, Tennessee

Christian Fernsby |
SP-Teri announced that the company will relocate its headquarters and manufacturing operations from Nashville to McEwen, creating 35 new jobs.

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SP-Teri chose to relocate following the 2020 Nashville tornado when its facility was destroyed. Through this new expansion and relocation, SP-Teri will invest $435,000 in its new McEwen operations, located at 55 High Street West.

For over 50 years, SP-Teri has created high quality boots for elite figure skaters. After being shut down for almost a year, this expansion will allow SP-Teri to not only restart its operations, but expand its product offerings to make roller plates and trucks as well as inline skates.


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