Alexander Meets With GM President to Discuss Spring Hill Plant

Posted on May 6, 2009

U.S. Senator Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) met today with Fritz Henderson, president and CEO of General Motors, to discuss the future of the Spring Hill plant. “GM and its Saturn plant have been a critical part of Tennessee automotive history, and we are working hard to help make it part of our state’s future,” said Alexander, who was governor when the plant came to Tennessee in the 1980s. “Saturn and its Spring Hill employees have made a major contribution to the state by helping attract hundreds of suppliers. It was the largest U.S. capital investment in history when they located the Saturn plant 40 miles from the Nissan plant.”