Henry County Newsroom

Zinus USA, Inc. Announces First U.S. Advanced Manufacturing Facility

Posted by Jamal Lewis on Aug 18, 2020 12:14:54 PM


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Topics: Henry County, georgia, business, metro atlanta, e-commerce, Advanced Manufacturing

The Home Depot Announces New Henry County Supply Chain Facility

Posted by Jamal Lewis on Aug 4, 2020 8:41:25 AM


Governor Brian P. Kemp today announced that Georgia-based The Home Depot will build a total of three new warehousing facilities in DeKalb, Fulton, and Henry Counties. This expansion project will deliver approximately 1,000 jobs to greater metro Atlanta.

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Topics: Henry County, logistics, Atlanta, jobs, metro atlanta, e-commerce, announcement, economic development

Purple Plans to Invest $21 million in Henry County Manufacturing Facility

Posted by Leah Brown on Jul 27, 2020 9:40:09 AM


Governor Brian P. Kemp today announced that Purple Innovation, Inc. (“Purple”), the comfort technology company known for creating the Purple® Mattress, has selected Henry County for their third U.S. manufacturing facility. Purple plans to make a $21 million investment in this 520,000-square-foot facility, delivering 360 jobs to the area.

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Topics: Henry County, growth, jobs, metro atlanta, manufacturing, announcement, economic development, Purple

Henry County is Built for Business

Posted by Leah Brown on Jul 20, 2020 3:57:33 PM


Manufacturing has always been an integral part of Henry County’s economy. Salad dressing, barbecue sauce, paint, sunglasses, retread tires, brakes, plastic bottles, and pancakes are just a few of the many Made in Henry products. Regional, national and international manufacturing companies alike are choosing Henry County, GA as their base of operations in Metro Atlanta and the Southeast. 



  • Home to area workforce of 789,000+ workers
  • Less than 2 hours by air to 80% of the U.S. market
  • Minutes from Atlanta and the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the world’s busiest.
  • Atlanta Metro’s best access to the Port of Savannah
  • A water surplus with capacity to support growth for 30+ year
  • Georgia's renowned workforce training program
  • Business-friendly environment
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Topics: Henry County, manufacturing, economic development

Ferrero USA Announces Fall Opening of a New Henry Distribution Center

Posted by Leah Brown on Jun 1, 2020 11:55:34 AM


Ferrero USA, Inc., part of the global confectionery company Ferrero Group, today announced the opening of a new distribution center in McDonough, Georgia, a suburb of Atlanta. The newly constructed facility located at 875 Highway 42 South is 728,000 square feet and projected to begin operating by early September. The company anticipates that its new distribution center will add 250 local jobs.

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Topics: Henry County, business, logistics, growth, jobs, announcement, economic development

Love’s to Open Retread and Distribution Facility in Henry County

Posted by Leah Brown on May 5, 2020 2:46:14 PM


The Henry County Development Authority today announced that Love's Travel Stops, the nation's industry-leading travel stop network, will open a retread plant and retail distribution center in Locust Grove, Georgia. Love’s will invest $16 million in its new Henry County facility and will employ 55 team members across various manufacturing and distribution roles. Love’s will provide retread products to commercial fleet companies and distribute product to the company’s Truck Care and Speedco locations. The new 200,000 square-foot facility is being developed by Scannell Properties.

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Topics: Henry County, business, growth, jobs, manufacturing, announcement, economic development

Choose Henry - Automotive

Posted by Leah Brown on Mar 9, 2020 11:33:11 AM


As engines are revving for NASCAR race weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Henry County’s automotive industry is shifting to high gear. Already home to several automotive companies, including Sangsin Technology America, Summit Racing Equipment, Pep Boys, Kumho Tires, Ford Parts & Distribution, Goodyear Tire & Rubber, and Mazda, Henry County is poised for expansion in the industry.

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Topics: Henry County, logistics, manufacturing, automotive, suppliers


Posted by Leah Brown on Jan 21, 2020 12:07:06 PM


The Less-Developed Census Tract (LDCT) program, implemented by the Georgia Department of Community Affairs (DCA), is designed to induce businesses to create jobs in certain areas. Each year DCA ranks the state’s census tracts. The 2020 census tract ranking was released on January 15, 2020. While Henry County is a Tier 3 county, 6 areas were designated as less developed census tracts making them eligible for tax credit benefits similar to Tier 1 counties.

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Topics: Henry County, growth, expansion, incentives, job tax credit, less developed census tract

Choose Henry - Where shopping small is BIG!

Posted by Leah Brown on Nov 21, 2019 9:55:20 AM


Small businesses are the lifeblood of our local economy. The owners and employees not only provide services, but they engage in acts of volunteerism and leadership all across our community. Henry County is a better place to live because of them, and they deserve our thanks and recognition for all their important contributions. Looking for a great way to celebrate and support small businesses and all they do for our community? Small Business Saturday is almost here!

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Topics: Henry County, small business, shop small

Supporting Small Business in Henry

Posted by Leah Brown on Nov 15, 2019 11:18:24 AM

Whether you’re just starting out, in business, or ready to sell or retire, you can get FREE, confidential, business advice from expert advisors committed to helping you succeed right here in Henry.

SBDC Drop-in - New Business Consultation

Do you have an idea for a small business but need help getting started? The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is here to help! Talk with one of SBDC's experienced business consultants, learn steps needed to launch your new venture, and more –– No charge, No appointment necessary.

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Topics: Henry County, small business, SCORE, expert advice, SBDC