Sen. David Perdue at the Budweiser factory in Cartersville


On Friday, Senator David Perdue, R-GA, got to tour the Budweiser plant in Cartersville. The plant opened in 1993 and sits on some 1,700 acres in Bartow County. The total area of the floor at the facility is approximately 900,000 square feet. It ships out some 250 trucks of beer per day.

“It was encouraging to meet with employees at the Anheuser-Busch Cartersville brewery and hear about the positive impact economic growth has had on their business,” said Senator Perdue. “I’m proud Anheuser-Busch has chosen to plant their roots here in Georgia and invest almost $1 billion back into the state.” 

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