VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — Governor Ralph Northam announced on Tuesday that a company will invest $12.2 million to expand further into Virginia Beach.

InMotion Hosting, Inc., a provider of business web hosting services, will purchase and work out of a 61,000-square-foot facility where the majority of its technical support and customer service operations will be conducted.

Virginia competed against California and Colorado for the project, which will create 50 new jobs in the area.

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“InMotion Hosting has become a global provider of web hosting services for businesses of all sizes, and there is no better location than the City of Virginia Beach to support the company’s continued growth,” said Governor Northam. “Helping small businesses like InMotion Hosting

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