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DORCHESTER COUNTY, SC (WCSC) -

Sportsman Boats Manufacturing announced this week plans to expand its operations in Dorchester County, and create more jobs.

Tommy Hancock, president of Sportsman Boats Manufacturing, says the company will move into a larger building, generating 50 new jobs within the next five years.

A $2.35 million investment will be used to move the company to a 72,600-square-foot building located at 113 Isaac Way. The move is expected to be completed by Labor Day.

"We are pleased with the success we've had here in Dorchester County and we're looking forward to growing our operations here," said Hancock in a statement.

The company will begin hiring for new positions this month. To check out openings, click here.

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