Governor Celebrates Fuji’s 25th

 Governor Nikki Haley was in Greenwood County yesterday as part of the 25th anniversary celebration of Fuji Films and their expansive industrial complex near Lake Greenwood. Commenting on the partnership between South Carolina government and industry, the Governor said that Fuji Film and South Carolina have grown up together.

 She said she hopes the state and Fugi can continue to be successful together. Saying that the state can celebrate and love all its corporate partners, very few are as generous as Fuji Film. She noted that Fugi Film has donated over $250,000 to South Carolina State Parks.

  “What that should tell everybody in South Carolina it’s not always just about business. It’s all about quality of life. It’s also about where you live. And that’s why I say to you ‘welcome home. this is your home, it will always be your home. Fuji Film is always going to be a great part of South Carolina. We look forward to many, many successes. That you for 25 years of smiles, and we look forward to working with you as we go forth. Thank you very much, God bless you.”

   Governor Haley added “What that should tell everybody in South Carolina it’s not always just about business. It’s all about quality of life. It’s also about where you live. And that’s why I say to you ‘welcome home. This is your home, it will always be your home. Fuji Film is always going to be a great part of South Carolina. We look forward to many, many successes. That you for 25 years of smiles, and we look forward to working with you as we go forth. Thank you very much, God bless you.”