How a former burlington factory turned a struggling oyster manufacturing plant into a factory 2.0

Burlington Coat Factory, which was built in the early 1900s as a garment factory, has been around for more than a century.

Its former owners, Henry Hodge and George Burks, built the factory into a garment plant.

But the company was in decline after they sold the business to another textile manufacturer, which began laying off workers.

 The company’s owners sold the factory to a new owner in 2002, but the company is now owned by a group of former workers. 

In January, workers from the Burlington Coat factory in Fayetteville, North Carolina, were protesting for better working conditions.

A new labor contract between the company and its workers includes new overtime protections, which would allow the workers to earn overtime without having to be paid by the employer.

The contract also includes a wage increase for workers who have worked longer than the minimum wage, a move that has been met with some backlash from union organizers.

It’s not the first time the company has been the target of protesters.

In the past, a series of actions have been organized by workers at the company.

Last year, workers at Burkes’ company, in Fenton, North Dakota, protested the closure of the factory with a series at the Burlington factory, demanding a better working environment and better conditions for workers.

In April, the Burlington coat factory was hit with a major labor dispute when the company fired a worker over his union affiliation.