New business and new jobs are coming to Butler, Alabama. Greytronic Systems has announced it will be moving into the old Vanity Fair building in Butler.
The company will employ between 60 and 80 people, starting the first week of July.
The building has been vacant for more than six years.
Butler Mayor Ben Smith says the new company will mean a lot for the town.
"It helps out the town of Butler a lot," Smith said. "We'll have a better tax base and more jobs. And we're looking forward to working with these people."
Greytronics creates electronic parts for automobile dealers. The jobs will pay employees $7 to $8 an hour.
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