Chances are, you’ve lodged in a cabin or walked across hardwood flooring that was manufactured in Scott County, Tennessee. Chances are, there’s a piece of Scott County, Tennessee, in one of your household appliances.
Scott County is or has been home to high-profile industry over the years, including Barna Log Homes (the world’s largest log home manufacturer), Armstrong wood flooring, Great Dane Trailers and Tennier Industries, which manufactures many items used by the U.S. Armed Forces.
It’s why we say there are little pieces of Scott County, Tennessee, all over the world.
Available industrial space and high-quality infrastructure, affordability of living and nearby recreation and relaxation opportunities, and accessibility to major cities such as Knoxville, Nashville and Lexington, all combine to make Scott County an attractive location for new industry.
To find out how we can accommodate you, please contact the Chamber of Commerce. Browse our Economic Development website for more information.
In 2015, Scott County was honored to be featured at the Tennessee Governor’s Conference as the subject of the conference’s opening video, “The Way Back Up.” The video documented Scott County’s fight back from a 23% unemployment rate in 2011.
Scott Countians are employed in advanced manufacturing — everything from the transportation industry to the automotive industry to textiles and machining. Our workforce is skilled.
Scott Countians are in the workforce — a number that is steadily rising as new workers graduate with degrees or certifications from Roane State and TCAT. Our workforce is strong.
colleges or universities are located within a 50-mile radius of Scott County, starting with Roane State Community College’s state-of-the-art campus right here at home. Our workforce is trained.