With help from the GOP tax cuts, Mincey Marble in Gainesville, Georgia gave employees bonuses of up to $1,000 depending on their length of service with the company.
As the owner of a family business, I want to share how tax reform is benefitting Americans at every level. Companies big and small are passing along tax savings to the workers who help build our economy. I hope that the bonuses Mincey Marble is providing encourage other businesses in our great state to pay it forward because the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is the kind of meaningful change that can help transform communities by bringing relief to American workers and families, said Donna Mincey, President, and CEO of Mincey Marble.
Georgia Congressman Doug Collins praised the good news:
“Mincey Marble has been part of our community for decades, and their decision to pass along the company’s tax benefits to our hardworking neighbors is outstanding. I supported the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act with President Trump knowing it would lead to lower taxes and higher paychecks for northeast Georgians. We’re already seeing the economic benefits of tax reform happening at corporate and grass-roots levels, and I’m always thrilled to hear individual stories of how smaller government helps people—like the team members at Mincey Marble—invest in bigger dreams.”
Mincey Marble’s management team also made the decision to expand the size and operations of a new facility that is currently under construction in Gainesville.
Mincey Marble was established in 1977 in Gainesville as a manufacturer of cast marble products for hospitality and healthcare.