ATLANTA (AP) -- A company that builds police cars says Georgia is among five states being considered as a possible location for a manufacturing plant.
Atlanta-based Carbon Motors Corp. says on its Web site that possible locations in Georgia include the cities of Braselton in northeast Georgia and Pooler near Savannah.
Carbon officials say the so-called corporate campus would cost $350 million to build.
Spokesman Stacy Dean Stephens said Thursday the plant would create between 1,300 and 1,500 direct jobs, with additional indirect jobs in the community where it's built. It would have an initial economic impact of $3 billion dollars.
The other states under consideration are North Carolina, South Carolina, Michigan and Indiana.
The company says officials are waiting on final proposals from all five states before making a decision.