PALMER TWP., Pa. - An online women's clothing brand is expanding into the Lehigh Valley.
Lulus is set to open a warehouse and distribution center in Palmer Township, Northampton County, according to a news release from the governor's office.
The project is expected to create about 464 jobs over the next three years.
Lulus selected the Palmer Township site after evaluating several states, the governor said. The site will hold a new 250,000 square-foot warehouse.
“By opening our new facility in Palmer Township, we will now be able to vastly improve our shipping windows to ensure that we are always there to dress the Lulus woman, from day to night, to everything in-between," said Colleen Winter, co-founder and CEO of Lulus.
The company will invest at least $6 million in the project, the news release said.
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