Carroll Tomorrow is a unique countywide public-private economic development organization that
prepares for and promotes quality, sustainable growth in Carroll County, Georgia.
ABOUT CARROLL COUNTY
Located in West Georgia, Carroll County is 30 miles west of downtown Atlanta and also close to many other southeastern metropolitan areas. Carroll County has 115,000 residents, and is home to many successful industries.
Carroll County is a national leader for innovative workforce education and development programs. 12 for Life and the Carrollton/Carroll County Education Collaborative are just a few successful programs that connect youth to education and work opportunities.
Georgia’s advanced manufacturing industry is home to a wide range of companies that are engaged in a variety of manufacturing industries, including food processing, textiles, metal products, and transportation equipment.
Georgia is home to a robust Food Processing industry that includes more than 600 companies and employs 61,000 people. The food processing industry in Georgia is the leading manufacturing industry in the state that contributes $10.65 billion to state’s GDP.
Georgia’s total aerospace exports worldwide topped $4.3 billion in 2010 ranking fourth in the nation, exceeding such countries as Brazil, Spain, Japan, Russia, and China. Georgia is home to a business-friendly tax code and incentives that encourage manufacturing growth. Global and national aerospace leaders such as Lockheed Martin a U.S Defense contractor, Gulfstream Aerospace, and the Boeing Company all call Georgia home.
We explored various locations in the Southeast, the facility was selected due to the overwhelming welcome that we received from the Carroll County and State of Georgia business community.
Kevin LaFleur, Owner and President, Colorado Premium
We want to grow our business in the eastern U.S. and Carrollton is situated close to our customers. We look forward to a long and prosperous relationship with the citizens of Carroll County.
Joe Brundrant, CEO, Trident Seafoods
Every prospective new or expanding business has different goals, so rolling out the same proposal to everyone who makes an inquiry is not going to be effective. At Carroll Tomorrow, they listen to the needs, they study the opportunity and then they bring insight and creativity to the table.
William A. Holby, Partner, King and Spalding LLP
Promises are made and promises are kept to help business and industry succeed in our communities.