COLUMBIA, S.C. — November 12, 2019 — Pegasus Home Fashions, a manufacturer and provider of bedding and home products, today announced plans to establish operations in Bamberg County. The $1.1 million investment is projected to create 113 new jobs.
Family-owned and-operated, Pegasus Home Fashions uses the latest materials and techniques to produce and distribute bed pillows, memory foam, bedspreads, blankets, sheet sets, pet beds and more.
Located at 1349 Locust Avenue in Denmark, S.C., Pegasus Home Fashions’ Bamberg County facility is the company’s first manufacturing and distribution operations in the Southeast.
Operations are already online. Individuals interested in joining the Pegasus Home Fashions team should visit the facility to apply in person.
“We are very excited to expand our business to Denmark and bring jobs to the Bamberg area, where we look forward to hiring more than a hundred people,” said Pegasus Home Fashions Owner Carmine Spinella. “We appreciate the support we have received from the SC Department of Commerce, SouthernCarolina Alliance and the local community, which have all created a pro-business environment.”
“When a company decides to move here, it confirms that Team South Carolina’s approach to attracting businesses and building a world-class workforce is working,” said Governor Henry McMaster. “We’re excited to welcome Pegasus Home Fashions to the South Carolina family and to celebrate the 113 new jobs this investment will bring to Bamberg County.”
“Companies come to our state and invest in our people because of all South Carolina has to offer, and we’re excited to see what the future holds for Pegasus Home Fashions in Bamberg County,” said Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt.
“Pegasus Home Fashions will bring investment and jobs to Bamberg County, and we are delighted that we have the workforce that can support manufacturing operations as diverse as this textile operation, aerospace, advanced composites and agribusiness,” said Bamberg County Councilman Evert Comer. “It’s a great day for Bamberg County to welcome this fine company.”
“Denmark welcomes this new industry, and we look forward to creating the best business environment for their manufacturing,” said City of Denmark Mayor Gerald Wright. “The people of our town thank Mr. Spinella and Pegasus for the 113 new jobs and economic stimulation in our community.”
“SouthernCarolina Alliance and Bamberg County salute Carmine Spinella and his team on choosing their new location, where manufacturing is appreciated and thrives,” said SouthernCarolina Alliance President and CEO Danny Black. “Pegasus Home Fashions will be an asset to our regional industrial community, and we look forward to working with them for years to come.”
Posted November 22, 2019
Source: South Carolina Office of the Governor