Business Briefs: Bass Pro Shops take returns for charity

The manufacturing facility is set to be operational by January 2019 and the corporate office space ready by the spring of 2019, according to Gov. Bill Haslam and state Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe.

Kurt L. Darrow, CEO of La-Z-Boy, said in a statement that the company has a long history in Tennessee, with England operating in New Tazewell for more than 50 years. In Dayton, La-Z-Boy employs about 1,400 people who make more than 800,000 pieces of furniture every year.

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