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Lidl opens new U.S. headquarters


German discount grocery chain Lidl has broken ground for a new regional U.S. headquarters and distribution center in Spotsylvania County, Virginia. The facility is expected to create 200 jobs in the state and open no later than 2018.

“We are tremendously excited to break ground on this facility in Spotsylvania County,” said Brendan Proctor, president and CEO of Lidl U.S. “We chose Spotsylvania not just for its central location, but also for its talented workforce and economic vitality. We look forward to being part of this community and to introducing residents to a unique shopping experience that will be unlike anything else in the market.”

In addition to the Spotsylvania facility, Lidl will soon open the company’s U.S. headquarters in Arlington Country, Virginia. In total, Lidl is investing more than $200 million in its operations in Virginia and has pledged to create 700 new jobs in the state by 2018.

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