Cars line up for their orders at the pick-up window of a White Castle fast-food restaurant July 15, 2004 in Des Plaines, Illinois. Fast-food restaurant chains are stepping up efforts to attract late-night eaters.
Photographer: Tim …
VANDALIA, Ohio - White Castle has some good news for those craving new jobs.
The Dayton Daily News reports that the Columbus, Ohio-based restaurant chain plans to construct a food processing plant near the Dayton International Airport in the Vandalia area of southwest Ohio.
Plans indicate the plant would employ about 120 workers by 2017, at an average salary of more than $35,000. The proposal is contingent on tax incentives to be approved by Ohio officials.
The privately held company has more than 400 restaurants in 12 states and is known for its small, square-shaped "slider" hamburgers.
A message for comment was left Wednesday for White Castle.
Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.