Got a source??
Umm, Augusta is quite a hike from Bainbridge.Our son is moving to Augusta in the near future. Guess I need to keep track of this news in case there would be a reason in the future to visit the new location.
Just heard that they are building a new 200k sq ft in Georgia. More to follow.
Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
AHHHH, I don't speak Brazilian but unless the translation of Taurus to English comes out as GLOCK, then save your gas!If they move about 10 states closer I will consider driving my pistol to them for the repair.
Then I will hang out on their front steps and be obnoxious (even more than usual) until they repair or replace it.
Unless that happens it's staying here with me.
One of my hobbies is astronomy.
I can recognize a black hole when I see one.
Wait till they find out there's only one customer service position.Interesting quote:
Taurus CEO David Blenker got a roaring ovation when he announced to the crowd, “We are absolutely moving our corporate headquarters to Bainbridge, Georgia” and stated that all Taurus pistols and Heritage revolvers would be manufactured in Bainbridge as well.
With the move to socialism and the government takeover of private businesses that is rampant in South America, this could be a smart move. Whether that played a role in the decision, who knows.That ought to put the "they are going to go bankrupt" speculations to rest. The question is "why?". Could be they've outgrown their facility? Could be the hurricanes?
WELL now in all fairness though there is not to many "Two men and Boat" in Brazil either.It only took them 15 years to decide to move so I guess I shouldn't complain about 20 weeks for repairs.
Good. I think they will do a better job of things there. Miami is a resort town with lots of people that really aren't of the "manufacturing" mentality. JMHO