One learns, for instance, that 998,887 tons of truck freight worth $3.4 billion came into the county while 1.2 million tons worth $2.7 billion left for places outside Georgia.
This is a business recruitment tool created at the state level and all counties are available. It might be wise not to rely on it for much else, however. Not only are none of the .pdf maps offered to download showing routes, etc. available as claimed but some of the supporting details are suspect if one is actually familiar with Floyd County, which most viewers/prospects likely will not be.
For example, in listing higher education available locally that supports/teaches “logistics” topics it leaves out Berry College as existing … but includes West Georgia. It says that the whole county has but a mere 250,000 square feet of warehousing/distribution and then names those locations with Lowe’s (1,400,000 square feet) atop the list even though not open yet.
It also shows all the county’s highways and rivers with the Coosa apparently ending at a lake (Weiss?) that is portrayed as entirely within Floyd.
Really? Perhaps Floyd needs to start shipping trainloads of proofreaders to Atlanta.