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Gulf Cable breaks ground, brings jobs to county

| Staff Reporters
Santa Rosa County officials and company leadership broke ground today on a new facility that will be built on eight acres in the Santa Rosa Industrial Park. This facility will serve as home to Gulf Cable/WTEC, a cable manufacturer that will bring more than 20 new jobs to the area.
Gulf Cable Ground Breaking-throw dirt
Santa Rosa Economic Development Director Shannon Ogletree, District 4 Commissioner Dave Piech, Executive Vice President of WTEC Energy Innovation Kevin Bate, Senior Vice President of Wind Turbine Energy Cables Suren Shah and District 2 Commissioner Bob Cole shovel dirt Tuesday morning at Santa Rosa Industrial Park for groundbreaking of the new 160,000 square foot facility in Milton, which will house cable manufacturing company Gulf Cable/WTEC. Photo by Kaitie Meyer

 

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