Local entrepreneurs hope to provide manufacturing jobs soon for veterans by opening a business in Mercer County which would make reflective bolts for highway guardrails.
Members of MVM Green Technologies, Inc. met Tuesday at Concord University to demonstrate a guardrail bolt with a built-in reflector. Keith Circle, who is part of MVM as well as the Princeton-Mercer County Chamber of Commerce, said one goal is to provide manufacturing jobs for homeless veterans.
“I’ve spent the last several months developing the design,” Circle said about the new bolts. “The design is Michael’s.”
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