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The Boro Boost: Speed, performance, and profitability.

Locals know Statesboro, Georgia, as “the Boro,” a vibrant and welcoming university town, while global industry knows Statesboro-Bulloch County as the commanding Coastal Plain location where business launches faster and rises higher with the “Boro Boost.” What is the Boro Boost? Faster speed to market through pad-ready acreage, immediate interstate access, and a 45-minute proximity to the Port of Savannah. Higher performance with a skill-ready team. Plus, higher profitability and faster ROI through lower costs and lucrative incentives.

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    Big Booming Labor Force 130,000 strong and growing
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    Younger than average Age Engaged and energized
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    Comprehensive Skills Integration Higher performance assured
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All the elements to boost performance now: A labor pool 130,000 strong. A talent pipeline expanding through dynamic population growth. A younger-than-average workforce offering agile skills developed through comprehensive training that integrates skills seamlessly and continuously beginning in middle school. Plus, high-powered collaborative resources including Ogeechee Technical College, Georgia Southern University, East Georgia State College, and Georgia Quick Start, the nation’s #1 custom training program.

GRADE A "GRAD" SITES

Everywhere you look, great site options including designated GRAD (Georgia Ready for Accelerated Development) sites. At the Southern Gateway Commerce Park, 180 pad-ready acres could save your operation between $50,000 and $65,000 per acre in development costs.

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