Cambria is rocking with bigger plant, more workers

  • Article by: DEE DePASS , Star Tribune
  • Updated: August 28, 2012 - 1:58 PM

The countertop maker is doubling factory size and adding 220 employees to its plant in Le Sueur.

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yathinksoAug. 27, 12 8:07 PM

What a great local story. And I bet NONE of those jobs will be outsourced overseas. Great company.

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wildfoxAug. 27, 1211:09 PM

Rumor has it Cambria gives big money to GOP I wouldn't buy nothing from them.

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jpryceAug. 27, 1211:18 PM

But I thought taxes in MN were to high for a business to grow and survive?

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rag5122Aug. 28, 12 7:02 AM

Obama was right..."The private sector is doing fine!"

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dirtydogsAug. 28, 12 8:40 AM

I would not be surprised if Cambria gives money to the GOP. I am sure they want lower taxes. What they should want is a strong middle class to be able to afford their product. That is what will sustain their business, not tax cuts.

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RodcarewAug. 28, 1211:31 AM

Cambria owner Mr. Davis hosted one of the several-thousand-dollars per-couple private fundraisers for Mitt Romney last Thursday at his Lake Minnetonka mansion. The site where Romney actually said "big business is doing fine...they know how to take advantage of corporate tax havens." Why wouldn't the rich want to get richer? President Obama has not proposed any tax increases for Cambria - but it sounds like Mr.Davis has few more bucks he could chip in to the federal treasury!

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bart1959Aug. 28, 1212:15 PM

Great job, Davises! Minnesota jobs created by expanding your Minnesota business! If Romney gives the banks the tools to fix housing, I'll be one of millions in line for new countertops!

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mikelsmithAug. 28, 12 2:02 PM

Congratulations to the Davis family for expanding their buisness in MN.

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fentanylAug. 28, 12 5:10 PM

Great to see Dee DePass on the Business inside video. She is an excellent reporter. More Dee, please.

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lallywAug. 28, 12 5:23 PM

Finally, a female journalist on the business video. There are many outstanding Female reporters assigned to the business unit....... It is rare occassion to see one interviewed.

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