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Manna Capital Partners plans $600 million Alabama beverage product hub

MONTGOMERY, Alabama — Manna Capital Partners plans to invest nearly $600 million to construct an advanced beverage production and distribution complex in Montgomery, Governor Kay Ivey announced today.

Manna Capital Partners, a minority-owned business enterprise and investment firm, said its Montgomery “beverage park” will create 280 full-time jobs and will be owned and operated by its affiliate Manna Beverages & Ventures (MB&V).

Louisville, Kentucky-based Manna Capital Partners — founded by Ulysses L. “Junior” Bridgeman and Kevin Attkisson — concentrates on investment and acquisition possibilities across multiple industries, with an emphasis on sustainability and creating opportunities for minority and women-owned businesses.

“Manna’s significant investment in Montgomery and its commitment to supporting under-represented enterprises make the company a welcome addition to Alabama’s business community,” Governor Ivey said.

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