Polaris ready to break ground on doubling of R & D center in Wyoming, MN

350 engineers and staff work at Polaris Industries' research and development center in Wyoming, Minnesota. But a spokeswoman says they're too crowded there. They're expected to have twice as much room a year from now, once an expansion that starts next week is done.
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350 engineers and staff work at Polaris Industries' research and development center in Wyoming, Minnesota. But a spokeswoman says they're too crowded there. They're expected to have twice as much room a year from now, once an expansion that starts next week is done.

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