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New Website Promotes Economic Development in Three-County Region

by admin 9 on November 6, 2012

A new website promoting economic development in Tishomingo, Alcorn, and Prentiss counties – www.tapindtoindustry.com — was unveiled this week by The TAP Alliance.

“Our new website is designed as a resource for business and industry. We made it simple for users to find information and resources that will help businesses prosper in the TAP Alliance region,” said Gary Chandler, president of The Alliance in Alcorn County.

The TAP Alliance is a a regional economic development organization composed of representatives from Tishomingo, Alcorn, and Prentiss counties

The website home page has visual appeal while highlighting the specific industries best suited for the TAP Alliance region. More details and supporting data are provided on the target industry pages.

The website promotes the assets, probusiness climate, and location of the TAP Alliance by providing detailed information on demographics, workforce, infrastructure, state and local tax incentives and more. A bevy of maps, statistical data, available buildings, and general industry information is available for downloading and online viewing, making it easy for businesses to decide to locate or expand in the TAP region.

Visitors will be able to keep up with news about the TAP Alliance and industry in the region through the blog component of the website. “We want to keep the website fresh, and a blog is a great way to do that,” according to Gary Matthews, Executive Director of the Tishomingo County Development Foundation.

The new website was designed and developed by Kathy Jacobs Design & Marketing, LLC, who also researched and wrote the content for many pages of the site. It was designed with site selectors and industry professionals in mind.

“We considered the information most frequently sought by site selectors and business leaders and organized the navigation accordingly,” says Jacobs. “The text was written specifically for website use, meaning it had to be quickly scannable while at the same time providing detailed information for those who need it.”

The development of the website was made possible in part by funding from the Appalachian Regional Commission.

For more information, contact the TAP Alliance at 662-287-5369 or email

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