Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Branson Motel Transformed to House Migrant Workers!

BRANSON, Mo. – A motel in Branson that’s been vacant for a few years, is about to be transformed. It’s the old Days Inn on Keeter Street near the strip – renamed “Plato’s Cave.” It will be a place that migrant workers will call home.

The motel has 423 rooms. The workers, particularly from Puerto Rico, will arrive through the J1 and H2B Visa programs.

Richard Rubin is the CEO of Repvblik (Republic) LLC, the development company behind the project. They’re working with the Taney County Partnership to get the new Plato’s Cave in operation…

Branson Chamber of Commerce CEO Jeff Seifried says the conversion project makes perfect sense…

The project will be completed in phases. The first phase is expected to be completed sometime this summer.[Original article posted by samclantonnews]

Notes: The J-1 Visa offers cultural and educational exchange opportunities in the United States through a variety of programs overseen by the U.S. State Department. J-1 Exchange Visitor programs include au pairs, summer work travel, interns, high school and university student exchanges, physician exchanges and more. 

I'm wondering when someone will next come up with the idea of busing illegal aliens up from the south Texas border next...

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