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ROCHESTER, NY-Archery manufacturer The Outdoor Group LLC will build a new 70,000-square-foot manufacturing building and move part of its operations from Kentucky to the Rochester suburb of Henrietta, the Cuomo administration said Monday. The deal will retain 44 jobs that are currently in Rochester and bring 35 jobs from Kentucky, after the company had considered moving its operations out of New York State.

An umbrella group for a series of LLCs all involved in the manufacturing of high-end archery equipment, TOG operates three manufacturing locations in Rochester, Kentucky and Oregon. The company recently outgrew its Rochester location of 15,000 square feet of leased space, leading to an evaluation of options to accommodate growth and to consolidate operations.

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