Proud Henry County Businesses

  • Luxottica Group to Create 1,000 Jobs in Henry County
    Luxottica Group, a leading eyewear designer, manufacturer and distributor, will create 1,000 jobs with the expansion of its North American distribution facility in Henry County by the end of 2017.
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  • Burris Logistics Breaks Ground on Henry County Facility
    Burris Logistics, a provider of public refrigerated warehousing and freight consolidation services, held a groundbreaking ceremony today for their new Henry County facility. Construction will begin soon for the 250,000 square foot, refrigerated warehouse and attached office on the site that will employ 75 workers once finished in early 2018.
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  • Wayfair to Create More Than 150 Jobs in Henry County
    “We look forward to expanding our team in Henry County as we build our distribution network to keep pace with Wayfair’s rapid growth,” said James Savarese, chief operations officer, Wayfair. “The state of Georgia has been a tremendous partner in welcoming us to the state, and we are excited to join the local community and begin hiring for our open roles.”
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  • Tory Burch to Create More Than 150 Jobs in Henry County
    “We are pleased to be creating a new distribution center in Georgia,” said Roger Farah, co-CEO of Tory Burch. “It will benefit our customers and our company as we continue to build our e-commerce business while also creating jobs at an important time for our country’s economy.”
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  • TSYS Selects Henry County for its New Call Center
    We are excited about the opening of our new center in McDonough. We are confident that we will be able to attract top-notch talent from the market that will help us deliver comprehensive servicing solutions for our clients, while optimizing the overall customer experience.
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  • Location and Community Make Henry the Perfect Fit for Alpla
    ALPLA attributes its growth to the support of Henry County and proximity to Atlanta.
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  • The Home Depot Continues to Grow its Presence in Henry County
    The Home Depot has connected to success in Henry County.
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Charlie Moseley
Executive Director
Charlie Moseley joined the Development Authority staff as Executive Director, following 4 years with the with the Georgia Department of Economic Development as a Project Analyst, Associate Project Manager, Project Manager and Senior Project Manager. Charlie has also worked as a deputy speechwriter and proclamations director for the Office of Governor Sonny Perdue. Charlie holds a Bachelor's of Arts in Political Science from the University of Georgia and has a master''s degree in City and Regional Planning and a Master of Science degree in Public Policy from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Charlie is active in professional economic development organizations including the Georgia Economic Developers Association.
Leah Brown
Director of Marketing and Existing Industry
Leah Brown works with Henry County’s primary businesses to help problem solve, discuss potential expansion opportunities and advise clients on any applicable resources and support available. Leah also leads HCDA's marketing efforts. Prior to joining the Authority, Leah worked for the Macon Economic Development Commission as the Manager of Industry and Business and as Projects Manager. Leah holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Georgia College & State University and a Masters of Public Administriation degree from the University of Georgia
Terry Collins
Office Manager
Terry has been a resident of Henry County since 1985. She was employed by the Henry County Board of Education for 11 years prior to joining the Henry County Board of Commissioners in 2001. Terry has served as Executive Assistant and Office Manager for the Henry County Development Authority since 2010.

Henry County Largest Employers

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