Subaru of America is thinking of moving its headquarters out of Cherry Hill, NJ. It’s running out of space, and wants to consolidate the two Route 70 buildings its employees currently work out of. Cherry Hill, which has hosted the Japanese automakers since 1986, is none too pleased. “It’s a big name. It’s an international brand. They have been a major sponsor for township programs,” a township spokesman said. “We will work hard to keep them here.” How might you plan to do that, Cherry Hill? Juicy tax incentives, most likely. Subaru, for its part, says its committed to staying in the general area, if not Cherry Hill. [CBS 3]
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