GREENSBORO — About a week after local officials agreed to pay $2 million worth of incentives, Procter & Gamble says it will hire 200 more workers at its Greensboro plan.
The company said Friday it also will spend $100 million to add a new skin-care product line to the plant.
Procter & Gamble's decision came after two votes on incentives last week by the Greensboro City Council and the Guilford County Board of Commissioners. The incentives are payable over three years once the company completes the upgrade and hires the workers.
The company has until the end of 2015 to meet its spending and job targets.
A company official says the company should meet those goals with nearly two years to spare and construction will begin next month.