Fabricated wire and metal display manufacturer to create 20 new jobs 

NASHVILLE – Nashville Display announced today that it will expand its operations in Dover. The fabricated wire and metal display manufacturer will create 20 jobs and invest $3 million in Stewart County.

“I want to thank Nashville Display on its decision to expand its operations in Dover,” TNECD Commissioner Bob Rolfe said. “This is the first announcement we have had in Stewart County since 2011, and I appreciate the company for continuing to invest in our state and for creating 20 new jobs in Stewart County.”

Nashville Display designs, prototypes and manufactures both standard and custom retail displays and fixtures. The company works with major retail stores such as Cracker Barrel, Dollar General and Tractor Supply.

“The Dover facility is a key part of our business and we are very proud of the growth and success that we are experiencing,” Nashville Display and Nashville Wire Products CEO Steven Rollins said. “John Gingrich leads a great team of associates in Dover for us, and I am excited that we have the ability and resources to invest in the facility and equipment. Dover has been a great area for our company and we are committed to supporting and investing in our people and operations there.” 

Nashville Display plans to expand its operations in Stewart County by adding new equipment to keep up with growing demand. The company recently installed a new tube laser that provides more design capability and allows faster output of machined and cut tubing for display fixtures.

“Nashville Display has been a vital part of our community for several years and is a great company. Nashville Display cares about the community and the people it employs,” Stewart County Mayor Rick Joiner said. “It is welcoming news that the company plans to expand operations here at the Dover facility which in turn will increase employment opportunities.”

“Nashville Display is a very valuable asset to our community and the Town of Dover appreciates the opportunities they provide for employment to our citizens,” Dover Mayor Lesa Fitzhugh said.

Dover and Stewart County are represented by Sen. Mark Green (R – Clarksville) and Rep. Tim Wirgau (R – Paris) in the Tennessee General Assembly.

Contact: Kent Rollins, Nashville Display
Division Manager
(615) 743-2680 

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