Tennessee distribution center to open next year

A brand new, state-of-the-art distribution center is about ready to open in Dyersburg, Tennessee.

Dot Foods, Inc. offered a sneak peak of their new $24 million Dyersburg Distribution Center on Wednesday.

The center, slated to open in January of 2015, will create 157 new jobs.

Dot Foods is still looking to hire people to work in the distribution center. They also need truck drivers to deliver and pick up products.

Both full and part-time positions are available.

For more on positions in the distribution center, click here.

For more on truck driver positions, click here.

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