Since Fruit of the Loom closed its doors in 1998, 12 new industries have been announced.
By James Roberts
Saturday, January 17, 2009 at 8:00 pm
The "Campbellsville Comeback" is alive and well. In the 10 years since the closure of Fruit of the Loom, which saw Taylor County's unemployment shoot up to 24 percent, several new industries brought new jobs to town and nearly all of them have stuck around.
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