City of Corinth and Alcorn County, MS
Alcorn County is a great place for business. Contact us to visit an available site or building or to learn more.
Easy Rail, Highway, and Air Transportation
- Two state and two U.S. highways converge in Corinth, making truck travel easy and accessible.
- Three railroads/rail lines pass through the city of Corinth, which has a marshalling yard.
- Air transportation is quick and easy with three airports — one international, one regional, and one private — within 100 miles.
- Port access to the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway is within 25 miles of Corinth.
Experienced Work Force
- Alcorn County has a labor force of 13,988 workers.
- The average manufacturing wage is $34,926.
State and Local Incentives and Tax Breaks
- Workforce training programs are available through community colleges, WIN Job Centers, and the local career and technology center.
- Financial incentives for infrastructure development, tax breaks, and more are available through TVA, the state of Mississippi, and local government.
- University outreach programs to support business and industry are available.
Alcorn County has the infrastructure, skilled workers, economic incentives, and proximity to suppliers that specifically support the industries of
- automobile parts producers
- health care providers
- plastic manufacturers
- wholesale trade and distribution providers
- the tourism industry.
The TAP Alliance
Tishomingo, Alcorn, and Prentiss counties in northeast Mississippi have created the TAP Alliance to unify their economic development efforts. The organization’s primary objective is to undertake projects at a regional scale that will benefit all three adjacent counties. Efforts may range from joint marketing campaigns to specific industrial recruitment projects.
Commitment to a regional approach increases the area’s appeal to industries seeking sites for new facilities. Working together and drawing upon assistance from the Tennessee Valley Authority, the three counties can offer greater opportunities and resources than any of them working individually.
The TAP Alliance board of directors comprises two representatives from the Board of Supervisors in each county and one representative from each county’s largest municipality.