Now that Amazon has reached an agreement with the State of Tennessee over the collection of sales tax, it has confirmed its plans to add two new facilities in Middle Tennessee–one in Murfreesboro and one in Lebanon. The new facilities are expected to add 1300 new jobs to the area. The retailer already has existing facilities in Hamilton and Bradley counties in East Tennessee. Under its new agreement with the state, Amazon will start collecting sales tax in Tennessee in 2014.
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