Eastbay's investment in technology is leading to the state's investment in nearly 130 new jobs.
The Wausau-based company will get $250,000 back in tax credits to reimburse them for money spent on high-tech gear. It's part of a new program in Wisconsin that gives companies up to 10 percent of what they spend on technology in tax-credits.
Gov. Doyle hopes other companies follow suit by investing in high-tech resources, and creating new jobs.
The state is also chipping in with tax credits going to a number of businesses in the Marshfield area.