True. I have quite a few friends/co-workers that have been laid off the past year. A lot of them have been working 20 hour days in transportation division of the movie industry. We have a few tv shows and a couple big movies being filmed in north Texas right now. Glad to see it coming. We need the work down here and the pay is awesome. I been hoping to get laidoff so I could go get on one of the shows and drive crew members around and make a big paycheck.Lots of companies move to Texas for that reason.
Movies are starting to be made in Texas because of low taxes.
Roll your eyes if you like. I don't care either way in terms of unions, point being though I also don't own a business as large as Marlin's. The unions play into the bottom line of a business plain and simple, sometimes sharply so. Don't know if that's the case with Marlin, but I wouldn't be surprised for it to be a factor in the decision either.I wondered how long it would take for unions to be brought up:upeyes:
:supergrin:HEY MARLIN!!! COLT!!! Smith&Wesson!!! Winchester!!!
COME TO TEXAS! We would be mighty happy if you can and would roll out the red carpet.
It's a 'Right to Work' state to. No INCOME TAX.