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
Younger than average Age Engaged and energized
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Comprehensive Skills Integration Higher performance assured
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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TravelCenters first to break ground in Statesboro and Bulloch’s I-16 TAD
Considering that TravelCenters of America’s planned TA Express center off U.S. Highway 301 at the I-16 interchange isn’t an industry, the groundbreaking Wednesday morning drew an...
Viracon plant sold; will stay open
Following an announcement Monday afternoon, the Viracon plant in Statesboro is expected to remain open under new ownership and preserve the jobs of most of the plant’s workforce. ...