July 26, 2012
CULLMAN COUNTY -- Dozens of jobs are headed to Wallace State Community College.
On Wednesday morning, Governor Robert Bentley announced the company Zero RPM is setting up operations at the business incubator space at the college.
Zero RPM is a green energy company that makes a product for cars so that people can let their vehicles idle with the air conditioning on, without using the car's engine.
The new business will bring 54 jobs to Cullman.
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