County paves way for GTA
Following a lengthy executive session on July 15, Board of Supervisors attorney Andy Dulaney said Tunica County would play a role in the funding for GreenTech Automotive.
The company, whose headquarters are located in Tunica, plans to make and distribute hybrid and electric cars. They will build the first products at a facility in DeSoto County, with plans to relocate to Tunica County in 2012.
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