It's the hose that grows jobs in Taylor County.
MicroHose is expected to be manufacturing its patented "hose that grows" by early next year, creating 125 new jobs.
Armed with $3 million in state Kentucky Rural Economic Development Act incentives, work to ready the MicroHose facility on Industrial Drive is under way. Unveiled locally in July at a Campbellsville/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce luncheon, the 6-foot MicroHose expands to 30 feet through water pressure. A 10-foot hose will expand to 50 feet.
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