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Kale Fortenberry installs the foot gear on a BMW 650i coupe in 2008 at the company's plant in South Carolina. (AP Photo/Mary Ann Chastain)

DENVER – BMW’s South Carolina manufacturing plant, which opened 20 years ago, has assembled an array of workforce wellness, screening and other programs aimed not just at recruiting new talent but also retaining older workers.

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