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Southeast Georgia Alliance

Southeast Georgia Alliance

Pursuit of Regional Economic Development

The Southeast Georgia Alliance, originaly titled “Southeast Georgia Joint Development Authority” was established in 2004 with the goal of promoting and enhancing economic development opportunities in the Southeast Georgia region. Comprised of six counties including Brantley, Camden, Charlton, Glynn, McIntosh, and Wayne, the SEGJDA has spearheaded innovative infrastructure enhancement projects for the benefit of the entire region. Recognizing the value of leveraging the assets of six diverse and vital counties, the Alliance is aggressively pursuing quality economic growth within its member counties.

Phil Overton Junction… the Game Changer

The most impressive project that the SEGAJDA has accomplished is the completion of the Phil Overton Junction which is a connector track that links a Norfolk Southern and CSX railroads. The project is hugely beneficial because it greatly reduces the amount of time required for moving automobiles out of the Port of Brunswick. In addition, the SEGJDA also gets a user fee based on the number of rail cars that use the track. The money is used for the benefit of all member counties.


Southeast Georgia Counties

Wayne County, Georgia

In the geographic heart of Southeast Georgia, Wayne County is uniquely situated for logistic companies looking to expand or relocate. Wayne County is in an ideal location for industries that need close proximity to Georgia’s ports coupled with a low cost of doing business.

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McIntosh County, Georgia

Home to the GRAD-certified Tidewaters Industrial Complex and direct access to Interstate 95, McIntosh County, Georgia is ready for business development!

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Glynn County, Georgia

Brunswick and Glynn County (also known as the ‘Golden Isles’) is Georgia’s golden opportunity. The area is a regional hub for business and is a major tourist destination.

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Brantley County, Georgia

Direct access to an abundance of renewable forestry products and enough rail to get your product moving faster than you competition! Check out Brantley County, Georgia.

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Camden County, Georgia

Quick access to an international airport, more than 28 miles of Interstate 95 and multiple seaports – Camden County, Georgia can launch your business ahead of your competition!

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Charlton County, Georgia

Small-town living lifestyle with access to big city benefits including access to a large regional workforce and several transportation routes.

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