Grant Helps Local Displaced Auto Workers

ROCKFORD (WIFR) - Help is on the way for displaced auto workers in the Stateline.

The University of Wisconsin Whitewater received a nearly $6 million grant to start up the Auto Adjustment Entrepreneurial Support Initiative. The initiative will help with the start up and expansion of business in the region, retrain workers and develop clean energy businesses and jobs.

The grant will help displaced workers in six counties including Winnebago, Boone and Rock Counties.


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  • by Allen Location: Popular grove on Jun 23, 2010 at 08:33 PM
    You got that right al..I won't eat at a denny's they never offered any discounts to the other displaced workers.
  • by Al Location: rockford on Jun 23, 2010 at 08:29 PM
    Thats all fine and everything. First it started at denny auw 20% discount now this...what about the rest of the displaced workers?unfair period....
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