Par for the course: Gulf Shores council considers tax breaks for synthetic golf surface maker
by AnnistonStar
 Around the State
Apr 21, 2010 | 663 views |  1 comments | 11 11 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

A maker of synthetic golf surface materials could receive more than 22,000 in municipal tax credits. Ryan Dezember writes that the Gulf Shores company, dubbed TurfHound, could use this money to automate manufacturing processes.

The abatement of municipal property, sales and use levies on the more than $1 million worth of equipment TurfHound plans to buy to automate its manufacturing process would be combined with state tax breaks to save the company about $67,000, according to Gulf Shores officials and records.

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