Gov. Nikki Haley will join FUJIFILM Holdings Corporation President and COO, Shigehir Nakajima tonight in celebrating the 25th anniversary of FUJIFILM Manufacturing’s partnership with South Carolina. The event will take place at the Arts Council Building in Greenwood, South Carolina.
“Having world-class companies like Fujifilm continuing to thrive here is a testament to South Carolina’s overall business-friendly environment,” Haley said in a media release.
“The lines of communication between our industry leaders and our administration are always open – allowing us to stay on top of what they need to succeed and providing South Carolinians with even greater employment opportunities.”
As a gift to the Greenwood community, Fujifilm will also make a donation toward the development of a community park in the city center area.
“For over 15 years, the Greenwood Parks Foundation has been trying to develop a large county park for green space on this 54-acre site in the center of Greenwood,” said Billy Nicholson, chairman, Parks Commission, Greater Greenwood Parks & Trails Foundation. “Fujifilm’s tremendous contribution is earmarked for a pavilion, and will be a much needed catalyst in making the park a reality.”