Business in Davie County
Davie County – The Right Place to do Business!
Are you are looking for world-class talent, top-tier infrastructure, business-friendly leadership, and a great location? You have come to the right place for relocating/expanding your business.
Excellent workforce development programs, great local schools, and 11 area colleges and universities have combined to produce a talented and highly motivated workforce of 21,000 hard-working citizens and a workforce population of 250,000 within a 30-minute commute.
Business and civic leaders have formed private and public partnerships that effectively address the challenges of growth. The result is a highly developed and well-managed utility and transportation infrastructure, fair and reasonable tax rate, and a low cost of doing business.
Contact us today and take advantage of our rapid response one-stop permitting process. This single point of contact approach can dramatically reduce the time and expense of relocation/expansion.
Terry Bralley, President
Davie County EDC
135 South Salisbury St. Mocksville, NC 27028
"The Hollingsworth Companies looked at multiple locations throughout the Southeast prior to locating in Mocksville. We are confident we made the right choice and would like to thank the Mocksville community for being willing to invest the time, effort, and money in being a true partner in making the SouthPoint Business Park so successful.
With the strong public/private support provided by the Davie County Economic Development Commission and Davie County Chamber of Commerce, the park has grown to 10 buildings, supporting over 1,100 jobs in the community. We couldn’t be more excited about the future.” Joe Hollingsworth, Jr. CEO of The Hollingsworth Companies.
“Mocksville provided us the right place at the right time. We found a great piece of land with easy access to I-40. It has been great getting to know everyone and working with the Davie County team. Everyone has been very welcoming and accommodating throughout the entire process. We are thrilled to be able to call Davie County home for SES!” Michael Brammer, director of touring for Special Events Services.
“In more than 20 years in the banking industry and after opening several branches I don’t think I’ve ever been so excited about a new branch opening. We’ve been very impressed with the people you have in this community like Terry Bralley, Bill Junker, and Joe Harris, and other business and community leaders. The level of effort that they’ve put into helping us get here is not something you see every day.” Blake Edwards Jr., president and CEO of Skyline National Bank.
“Davie County continues to prove itself as the right location for our East Coast operation and has become home. It has been a supportive community since day one and continues to be. That’s why we are increasing our investment here.” Jim VanderGiessen, CEO of Pro Refrigeration.
“We feel very fortunate to be here in Davie County with this project. I’d like to thank Terry and the economic development staff. Without these types of loans, I’m not sure we could pull off these types of projects. The effort that has gone into this on behalf of Terry and his staff is unbelievable. We’ve found that Davie County is just an awesome place to do business,” said John Reece, Commercial Realty Advisors, referring to a REDLoan the EDC obtained to support the construction of the Davie Industrial Center.
“Davie County is perfect for distributing our products. Its proximity to major interstates and its location midway up the Atlantic coast weighed heavily on the decision to locate here. The workforce ability and quality were major considerations as well. As has been mentioned many times before, Davie County has a history of making things, and we tapped into that resource.
The community continues to be supportive of businesses, and the EDC remains very proactive. The town and county governments have a history of being pragmatic and progressive in regards to business development and growth,” Michael Barron, Plant Manager, Comfort-Bilt Windows and Doors.
“We work closely with the Chamber, EDC, and local schools. This level of involvement is often unheard of, but Davie County truly believes in its businesses, its people, and retaining both. We appreciate all of the support we have locally!” Ashley Kern, Senior Human Resources Business Partner, Ingersoll-Rand.