published Wednesday, May 9th, 2012

Water bottler plans to relocate to Walker County

LAFAYETTE, GA - Real Bright Sunrae Water will be relocating to Walker County, taking over an existing 200,000 square foot facility and bringing the promise of solid job growth.

"They are going to hire twenty people to start, and then more as production ramps up and the facility expands," said Walker County Economic Development Director Larry Brooks.

The former Barwick Archer building in Kensington will be the new home for the company, which plans to start production the first week of July and will eventually bottle about 2.5 million sixteen and twenty ounce bottles of water a year, with an additional 150,000 five gallon containers for home and commercial use once full production commences.

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