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Screen Printer to Build $9 Million Facility

The company will negotiate with city officials regarding its plans for the two-story build.




Ambient Inks (Eau Claire, WI), a screen printing company with a strong foothold in the music industry, plans to build a two-story production facility that will triple its current space and lead to the creation of 20 to 30 new jobs, the Leader-Telegram reports.

Ambient Inks estimates it will cost $9 million to construct the 34,000-square-foot building. The company has 90 days to negotiate with city officials to build on its desired lot in the “maker’s district” of Eau Claire, the article says.

After the negotiations, a price for the land, a construction timeline, and potential assistance for the project will be determined.

Ambient Inks was co-founded by Aaron Brice and Tim Brunner in 2009. The company employs 43 people and designs, prints, and sells merchandise for more than 180 musical artists.

Read more at the Leader-Telegram.




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