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Economic Development

Marlboro County Economic Development PartnershipEconomic Development Partnership

(843) 479-5626 Telephone         (843) 479-2663 Fax

www.marlborocountysc.org

Executive Director:  J. Ron Munnerlyn, Jr

jrmunnerlyn@marlborocounty.sc.gov

Patricia M. Bundy, Executive Administrative Assistant

Pbundy@marlborocounty.sc.gov

 

Location

Located in northeastern South Carolina, Marlboro County provides business and industry the perfect climate for growth.  Marlboro County is centrally located within two hours from Charlotte, Raleigh, and Wilmington, NC and 90 minutes from Myrtle Beach. Marlboro County is crisscrossed with numerous state and federal highways. 

Sites and Buildings Available

Reliance Trading Building (portion)                             200,000 sq. ft.

JC Breeden Industrial Site                                          100 acres

Spotlight Building                                                        8 acres

O'Tuel Site                                                                  7 acres

Marlboro County Industrial Park                                172 acres

Laney Farm Site                                                        390 acres

Flakeboard South Site                                               50 acres

We can offer industry a vast array of state and local business incentives.  An employment-based incentive is offered that places a moratorium on paying corporate income tax to the state for  a period of ten years if 100 or more jobs are created within a period of five (5) years.  This incentive is increased to a 15-year moratorium if 200 or more jobs are created.

 

Marlboro County Industrial Park Site Certification.


Partnership Executive Board

Marlboro County Economic Development Partnership Executive Board members are:

Andy Rogers, Chairman   (Business and Industry)                                     

Fred Thomas, Vice Chairman (City of Bennettsville Resident)

Frankie Frazier, Sec/Treas. (Marlboro County Resident)

George Webster (Financial, Insurance, Real Estate or Related)

Carols Diaz (Business and Industry)

Wes Park (Small Business, Service Business)

Jason Steen (Marlboro County Council Chairman)

Dr. Carolyn Prince (Mayor, City of Bennettsville)

Max Alderman, Administrator, City of Bennettsville

Ron Munnerlyn, Administrator, Marlboro County

Joan Johankin (Marlboro County Resident)

Luke Johnakin (Marlboro County Resident)

Vacancy (Business and Industry)

 

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Education

Marlboro County offers an excellent selection of education facilities.  The Marlboro County School District provides public education for approximately 6,700 students.  This consists of 10 elementary and middle schools and one consolidated high school.  A 12 grade private school has operated in Marlboro County since 1968.

Public Schools System

Marlboro County Public School District Office
Dr.  Greg McCord, Superintendent
122 Broad Street
Bennettsville, SC 29512

(843) 479-4016
www.marlboro.k12.sc.us

  • Kindergarten:  Bennettsville, McColl, Clio
  • Primary:  Bennettsville, Blenheim, Clio, McColl, and Wallace
  • Middle:  Bennettsville, Blenheim, Clio, McColl, and Wallace
  • High:  Bennettsville (Consolidated), Blenheim and Wallace

Private Schools

Marlboro Academy K - 12
(843) 479-6501

 CATT - The Center for Accelerated Technology Training

The center is a program of the South Carolina Technical College System designed to provide tailor-made training to new and expanding industries in South Carolina.CATT provides recruiting assessment, training development, and management and implementation services to customers who are creating new jobs with competitive wages and benefits.  These services are provided through state funds at minimal or no cost and training is developed to meet specific requirements of each customer.  Training may be delivered through pre-employment or on the job activities on the time frames and individual needs of the customer.