Three Colorado aerospace firms flying north to Wyoming with their 14 employees for more than $6 million in incentives.

Three companies are expected to commit to moving after Wyoming offered more than $6 million in incentives.

Wyoming is luring three aerospace startups from Colorado with more than $6 million in incentives.

The companies are based in southern Colorado and employ a total of 14 people. Officials with the companies estimate that they could add up to 550 workers over the next five years.

"These are new companies, but you’ve got to start somewhere," said Karen Gibbons, a spokeswoman for the Laramie Economic Development Corp. "We’ve done our homework, and we believe these are the real deal."

By Andy Vuong and Kelly Yamanouchi
Denver Post Staff Writers

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