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April 20, 2018
Aero-Dynamics: Bay County welcomes GKN Aerospace

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GKN Aerospace will lease a 130,000-sq-ft. building from the county.

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Aero-Dynamics: Bay County welcomes GKN Aerospace

Carlton Proctor | 4/26/2017

A chance meeting between former HAECO executive Paul Cocker and Bay County Economic Development Alliance President Becca Hardin will result in 170 skilled jobs for Bay County. Hardin, a neighbor of Cocker, was invited him to accompany Bay County's economic development delegation to the International Paris Air Show, as a consultant. At the show, Cocker set up a meeting between EDA officials and the CEO of GKN North America.

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