Clay County offers great potential for industries looking for a location primed for business and personal success. Our target industries include manufacturing, forestry and wood production, retail, tourism, education, health and social services. These industries make up 62.5% of the county’s employment total.
Data below showcases the strength Clay County offers to key industries.
|Wellborn Cabinet, Inc.||Manufacturing||1,350|
|Koch Foods||Food Processing & Distribution||425|
|Clay County Healthcare Authority||Health Services||300|
|Clay County Board of Education||Education||255|
|Source: Longitudinal Employer Household Dynamics program which is a partnership between the Census Bureau and the Alabama Department of Labor, Labor Market Information Division.|
|2||Healthcare & Social Assistance||12.5%|
|6||Finance & Insurance||2.6%|
|7||Accommodation & Food Services||2.4%|
With an opportunity zone conveniently located near the Talladega National Forest, Clay County is a very desirable location for an ecotourism endeavor. Clay County features some of the southeast’s other natural wonders including Cheaha State Park, the Tsalagi Trails, and neighboring Lake Wedowee. These destinations are tailored to be an area of choice for families and individuals, specifically visitors interested in the outdoors, as well as businesses looking for a charming destination. Clay County welcomes business and entrepreneurs interested in capitalizing on a prime location for ecotourism and recreation.