STaSIS welcomed to Jefferson County

September 08, 2009

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SUMMIT POINT, W.Va. -- STaSIS Inc., an automotive performance-enhancing company, has expanded its operations and is in the process of transferring its corporate headquarters to Summit Point Motorsports Park in Jefferson County.

On Tuesday, state representatives, local officials and community members welcomed STaSIS with a celebration at the company's future site.

"We are excited about our expansion to West Virginia," STaSIS President Paul Lambert said. "The facilities here at Summit Point, the quality of the talent we've already been able to attract and proximity to business partners are a unique combination that will pay dividends for us."

When planning this relocation, STaSIS worked closely with the Jefferson County Development Authority (JDCA) and the state of West Virginia, with help from the West Virginia Jobs Investment Trust, the West Virginia Economic Development Authority, and the West Virginia Infrastructure and Jobs Development Council, according to a news release. 


STaSIS has begun hiring at the new location and plans to build its staff to 20 in the coming year, the release states.

"We want to be a good community partner and look forward to becoming an integral part of the community," Lambert said in the release.  

STaSIS Inc. specializes in performance-enhancing brake, suspension, driveline and engine products leveraging race-bred technologies from motorsports experience and top-tier race manufacturers, according to a news release.

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