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Kershaw County’s Central South Carolina MegaSite named a Best MegaSite for the Southeast

July 20, 2016

Lauren Reeder, Marketing & Administrative Manager
Kershaw County Economic Development

Kershaw County, SC – Kershaw County’s Central South Carolina Megasite was recently named one of the “Best MegaSites in the Southeast” by Southern Business and Development (SB-D) Magazine. The award was based on polls taken of members of SB-D’s Economic Development Roundtable, a group made up of economic developers, educators, site location consultants, and CEOs in the American South. The top winners of all 60 categories, including “Best MegaSites,” were announced in SB-D Magazine’s spring 2016 issue.


Located at the intersection of Interstate 20 and U.S. Highway 601 in Lugoff, South Carolina, The Central South Carolina MegaSite’s 1,426 acres is the largest available industrial site in Kershaw County. The site is industry-ready with all utilities onsite including water, wastewater, electric, gas, and fiber optic. The site has previously received The South Carolina Department of Commerce’s “Certified” designation which included the completion of all due diligence studies.


“We are proud that SB-D Magazine named our Central South Carolina MegaSite one of the best in the southeast. The work we’ve done at the site proves Kershaw County is ready for growth and well positioned for the next mega project in today’s competitive market.”

- Peggy McLean, Kershaw County Economic Development Director


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"Together we have done great things in Kershaw County including announcing jobs and critical investment this past year at Suominen, Haier and INVISTA. Kershaw County is on the move and we are confident this growth will continue as we continue to invest in quality jobs and training for South Carolina’s workforce."
-- Nikki Haley - UN Ambassador and Former SC Governor