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Georgia ED organization launches website

08/05/15

The Development Authority of Bryan County, Georgia recently launched its new economic development website.

The website – www.bryancountyga.com – targets industrial prospects and site selection consultants for businesses looking to build, relocate or expand. The site includes detailed information about industrial sites and buildings, demographics, transportation assets, education and training resources, and quality of life in Bryan County.

Fort Stewart, the largest Army installation east of the Mississippi River, encompasses a significant portion of Bryan County and plays a major role in the local economy. Major employers in Bryan County include Caesarstone, Orafol, Daniel Defense, Agri Supply, Oneida, Kawasaki and Blue Bell Creamery. Located 30 miles from the Port of Savannah, Bryan County is home to two shovel-ready industrial parks. Bryan County can also boast outstanding schools and neighborhoods.

The website was built by Marketing Alliance, Inc., an economic development marketing firm, with offices in Jackson, MS; Charlotte, NC; and Punta Gorda, FL.

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