State Farm To Leave Illinois, Move To Texas

BO’s State of Record is slowly going down the tubes. This is a BIG LOSS for the state. But, like BO himself, they just don’t get it. Higher taxes means less jobs.

State Farm To Leave Illinois, Move To Texas
February 21, 2013 By Dr. Kevin “Coach” Collins 9 Comments

State Farm, the nationally-known insurance chain headquartered in Bloomington, Illinois, has apparently had its fill of “The Land of Lincoln’s” confiscatory taxes. The 800 million dollar company is reported to have purchased “substantial workspace” in the Dallas, Texas area. The giant insurance firm’s workers are being kept in the dark reportedly to avoid “alarming them”; but is it their workers or the State of Illinois they would like to keep in the dark about this move? If this doesn’t signal State Farm’s coming dash out of Illinois’s clutches, what could it mean?

A knowledgeable Dallas real estate insider has called this impending move “a major business relocation” of record-breaking proportions. The numbers involved are approximately 2.5 million square feet of workspace and thousands of workers. No company in Dallas’ history has made a move this large.

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