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Kershaw
 

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When you bring your business to Kershaw County, you gain much more than a new address; you become part of a vibrant and diverse community rich in history with a vision toward the future.

 

Our strong business climate in combination with committed leadership and staff demonstrates our commitment to promote the attraction of new business and industry while providing an environment to grow and sustain existing business and industry.

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Kershaw
 

Open for Business

When you bring your business to Kershaw County, you gain much more than a new address; you become part of a vibrant and diverse community rich in history with a vision toward the future.

 

Our strong business climate in combination with committed leadership and staff demonstrates our commitment to promote the attraction of new business and industry while providing an environment to grow and sustain existing business and industry.

Thermoid Johb Fair certificates

Area Industries

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Nonwovens/Textiles
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Agribusiness
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Manufacturing
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We’re centrally located on the east coast, positioned halfway between New York and Miami, nestled in the central midlands of South Carolina only 30 minutes from downtown Columbia, the State Capital. The deepwater Port of Charleston is only 2 hours away and we’re less than 90 minutes away from Charlotte, NC and Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT).

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We’re centrally located on the east coast, positioned halfway between New York and Miami, nestled in the central midlands of South Carolina only 30 minutes from downtown Columbia, the State Capital. The deepwater Port of Charleston is only 2 hours away and we’re less than 90 minutes away from Charlotte, NC and Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT).

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Workforce
 

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“The Campus” is a collaborative effort between Central Carolina Technical College, Kershaw County School District, Kershaw County Economic Development and Kershaw County’s Chamber of Commerce.

The Campus offers economic development resources and support for new and expanding businesses and provides a forum for business advocacy, networking opportunities, and opportunities to get involved with community initiatives.

The Campus also offers a steady pipeline of talent for new and existing businesses. At The Campus high-school students can complete career and technology programs at the school district’s 115,000 square foot Woolard Technology Center (WTC) and receive higher education credits for completing training and continuing education coursework at Central Carolina Technical College (CCTC).

Facilities at the campus include 3,000 square feet of training space available for new and existing industries.

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Workforce
 

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“The Campus” is a collaborative effort between Central Carolina Technical College, Kershaw County School District, Kershaw County Economic Development and Kershaw County’s Chamber of Commerce.

The Campus offers economic development resources and support for new and expanding businesses and provides a forum for business advocacy, networking opportunities, and opportunities to get involved with community initiatives.

The Campus also offers a steady pipeline of talent for new and existing businesses. At The Campus high-school students can complete career and technology programs at the school district’s 115,000 square foot Woolard Technology Center (WTC) and receive higher education credits for completing training and continuing education coursework at Central Carolina Technical College (CCTC).

Facilities at the campus include 3,000 square feet of training space available for new and existing industries.

Quality of Life Overview


Located just 30 minutes east of downtown Columbia, the Kershaw  County area offers quaint shopping opportunities, varied dining  selections, and a very appealing small-town lifestyle. With tree-lined streets and a pedestrian-centered environment, Camden’s green spaces offer a level of progressive sophistication usually  reserved for much larger cities.

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Quality of Life Overview


Located just 30 minutes east of downtown Columbia, the Kershaw  County area offers quaint shopping opportunities, varied dining  selections, and a very appealing small-town lifestyle. With tree-lined streets and a pedestrian-centered environment, Camden’s green spaces offer a level of progressive sophistication usually  reserved for much larger cities.

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Eighth Grade Expo
 

An initiative begun several years ago by Kershaw County Economic Development is now a major event for over 200 eighth graders in Kershaw County each year.
Each year buses from all four Kershaw County middle schools pulled into the Kershaw County Campus of Central Carolina Technical College (CCTC), Kershaw County Economic Development, Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce, and Woolard Technology Center (WTC) where they were welcomed and cheered by community leaders as they entered the building.

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Eighth Grade Expo
 

An initiative begun several years ago by Kershaw County Economic Development is now a major event for over 200 eighth graders in Kershaw County each year.
Each year buses from all four Kershaw County middle schools pulled into the Kershaw County Campus of Central Carolina Technical College (CCTC), Kershaw County Economic Development, Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce, and Woolard Technology Center (WTC) where they were welcomed and cheered by community leaders as they entered the building.

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Kershaw County Named

All American City 2018

 

"Kershaw County embraces the changing faces of its rapidly growing community, balancing its rural past and suburban future, with its business owners, residents, and elected officials reflecting that diversity and building programs to ensure equity in healthcare, education, and economic growth."Doug Linkhart, President of The National Civic League

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Kershaw County Named

All American City 2018

 

"Kershaw County embraces the changing faces of its rapidly growing community, balancing its rural past and suburban future, with its business owners, residents, and elected officials reflecting that diversity and building programs to ensure equity in healthcare, education, and economic growth."Doug Linkhart, President of The National Civic League

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