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Tory Burch Locates Southeastern Distribution Hub In McDonough, Georgia

09/29/2016
Tory Burch, a leading American lifestyle brand, will invest more than $60 million to establish a distribution hub at Lambert Farms Logistics Park in McDonough, Georgia. The company plans to create more than 150 jobs in Henry County.

The distribution center will support Tory Burch’s ecommerce business and is expected to be fully operational by the end of 2017.

“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.”

“Tory Burch’s decision to grow its business in Georgia is a reflection of our state providing industry leaders with the best resources to compete worldwide,” said Governor Nathan Deal. “I have no doubt that our top-ranked business climate and cutting-edge technological capabilities will continue to attract top lifestyle brands like Tory Burch.”

“Henry County is excited that Tory Burch has chosen McDonough to locate its new Southeastern logistics facility,” said Henry County Development Authority Executive Director Charles Moseley. “We look forward to our partnership with this outstanding company and to the jobs and investment they will bring to the community.”

“We’re excited about the investment, job creation and continued partnership we are beginning with Tory Burch,” said Georgia Ports Authority Executive Director Griff Lynch. “Georgia offers strategic logistical solutions to ensure consumers’ demands are met quickly and efficiently. Tory Burch’s decision to locate in Georgia validates our premier assets, and the Georgia Ports Authority is proud be a part of the value chain the state of Georgia provides.”

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