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Southwest Georgia: Constant Activity

Food and beverage production, manufacturing and workforce development.
Georgia Trend December 2020 Southwest Ga Shelley Zorn pg 85

You can’t keep a good region down. While the nation’s economy continues to be impacted by the pandemic, economic developers across Southwest Georgia are singing the same tune: activity is constant. Whether it’s an expansion bringing jobs to a community, a new company opening its doors or promising prospects reaching out, business and industry are strong throughout the region.

A common theme is increased demand for food production because families are cooking and eating more at home since the onset of the pandemic. Counties with food processing facilities, such as Ben Hill, report equipment and employees are being added to keep up with demand.

Jason Dunn, executive director of the Fitzgerald and Ben Hill County Development Authority, says employers are making sizeable investments in the area. “We’ve seen that growth in the food and beverage industry, and we’re expecting to see more.”

Specifically, Polar Beverages and Golden Boy Foods continue to show growth in production of soft drinks and peanut butter. In fact, says Dunn, “Polar announced a partnership with Keurig Dr. Pepper that has allowed Polar to take their brands nationwide, opening it up to additional markets.”

Like Ben Hill County, Colquitt is seeing a demand for food production driven by more meals at home, says Barbara Grogan, president of the Moultrie-Colquitt County Development Authority. “All of our industries are growing significantly and increasing production,” she says, naming National Beef Packing Co. and Sanderson Farms among those in need of more workers to meet demand.

Brian Marlowe, recently named deputy commissioner for rural Georgia at the state Department of Economic Development and former president and CEO of the Tifton-Tift County Chamber of Commerce and Tift County Development Authority, tells a similar story. Superior Sauce, whose owner Terry Ho created the popular Yum Yum Sauce, relocated to Tift from Lee County. Superior is expanding operations to add a line for ginger sauce, says Marlowe. Ho bought a spec building that was near completion and is now being built out to accommodate his needs. The $12 million project will bring 60 jobs, and Marlowe estimates production will begin in January.

Also new to Tift is Satsuma Co., a citrus co-op owned by seven farming families that purchased the former Georgia Vegetable facility. While they’ll have to wait for their own trees to grow large enough to produce fruit, “in the meantime, they’ll be taking fruit from other producers and processing it there,” he says of the $4 million project bringing 50 new jobs.

In addition, the new $68-million, 200-job Coca-Cola Bottling Company United sales center announced late last year is still on schedule to be operational in 2021, says Marlowe.

Walmart’s first meat processing and packaging facility brought 200 jobs to Thomas County when it opened in January and has already added another 200, says Shelley Zorn, executive director of the Thomasville Payroll Development Authority. “We’re very fortunate that food processing has seen an increase not a decrease. People are going to continue to eat and drink no matter what.” And, locally owned handcrafted cheese producer Sweet Grass Dairy is nearing completion of a $3.5-million facility that will bring 35 jobs.


COVID Impact

Producing food products is one thing but getting food to families in need has also been quite a challenge. Lowndes County is home to Second Harvest of South Georgia, the leading hunger-relief organization in the region and the second largest food bank in the state, serving 26 counties across a nearly 12,000 square mile region.

Eliza McCall, chief marketing officer, says as of October they had distributed about 50% more than last year, when they gave out the equivalent of 16.5 million meals. The food bank generally works with partner agencies, which in turn distribute the food to individuals in their communities, says McCall. But the pandemic caused those partners to change operations or even close, so distribution since March has been via 23 points of distribution in several counties throughout the region, she says, for a total of 4 million meals.

“Our workload has more than doubled because the need has grown so drastically. We have families that have never had to ask for assistance before that are now food insecure,” she says, adding the Georgia National Guard has assisted with distribution. Southwest Georgia already had a high rate of food-insecure households, with one in four children living in a food-insecure home and one in five in the general population not knowing where they will get their next meal.

The pandemic is also driving increased demand for Colquitt County’s Georgia Linen Services, which has added new equipment and 15 jobs to keep up with higher volume. The company sanitizes bed linens, gowns, towels and other washable items for hospitals and nursing homes.

“We’re seeing all industries really reaching capacity, and we’re seeing a tick in prospecting from other states like out West and Midwest,” says Grogan.

During the pandemic, the development authority used the pause in prospects to focus on strategic planning.

Speaking of the Midwest, one Iowa company has chosen Sumter County for an inbound and outbound call center. The Sumter County Development Authority recently announced that TLC Associates is creating 1,000 jobs at its new facility in the Ted Baldwin Business and Technology Park.

Dougherty County is looking forward to a call center expansion, as well. During a virtual board meeting of the Albany-Dougherty Economic Development Commission in late October, Gov. Brian Kemp announced the expansion of Outdoor Network in Albany, a $22 million capital investment bringing 92 new jobs to the community. The company will consolidate and expand its existing call center and distribution headquarters in the county and open an advanced manufacturing facility to produce 125-200 HP diesel outboard engines for OXE Diesel.

In late October, the commission named Jana Wadkins Dyke its new president and CEO. A South Georgia native, Dyke most recently headed economic development initiatives for the Waycross-Ware County Development Authority. She began her career in economic development more than 20 years ago as vice president of the Lee County Chamber of Commerce and Development Authority.

Also in October, Randolph County residents lost their community hospital, the Southwest Georgia Regional Medical Center (SGRMC) in Cuthbert. Board Chair Steve Whatley said financial limitations would no longer allow the organization to make payroll and they had no choice. The aging facility, managed by Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital since 1996, was in critical need of major upgrades and renovations totaling more than $10 million, says former CEO Kim Gilman. SGRMC had operated “on the brink for years,” she says. “Once the crisis hit, it simply pushed our hospital past the point of no return.”

The county hospital authority plans to identify operating partners to keep the Randolph Medical Associates family medicine clinic and the Joe-Anne Burgin Nursing Home open while it looks for a private operator to purchase or lease the nursing home.


More Manufacturing

Cook County celebrated a major announcement this summer from Houston, Texas- based Renewable Biomass Group, which is constructing a $95 million wood pellet facility in Adel. It will create 60 new jobs initially, says Lisa Collins, executive director of the Cook County Economic Development Commission. The facility will produce biomass pellets for export to Europe and Asia, where electrical utilities will use the pellets to stoke retrofitted coal-fired power plants or in combination with coal for co-firing.

Two additional industry expansions included tempered glass manufacturer Cardinal Glass Industries, which added a new line this spring for specialized glass etching, says Collins. The company will invest $5 million in the construction of an office complex adjoining the manufacturing facility. Also adding a line is locally grown company Steel Building Systems (SBS), one of seven steel building fabricators in the county.

In a Ben Hill project slated to be announced later this year, a manufacturer specializing in hotel furnishings is taking advantage of the federal Opportunity Zones incentive that allows employers to recoup wages paid during employee training. It’s the first to do so in Ben Hill County, says Dunn. The company will refurbish a 220,000-square-foot building formerly occupied by Shaw Industries and hire about 40 during the first phase, with planned growth beyond that, says Dunn.

Rick McCaskill, executive director of the Development Authority of Bainbridge and Decatur County, had two big announcements this year. A-1 Roof Trusses is constructing a 150,000-square-foot facility and bringing 130 jobs in the first phase of its $17-million project. And Pure Cycle LLC made a $17 million investment, committing to 140 new jobs by February. The company makes machines that produce a microscopic aerosol product infused in carpets, rugs and furniture to kill viruses and germs, says McCaskill. Pure Cycle will eventually also manufacture the aerosol product in Bainbridge.

“We’ve had a pretty good bit of expansion here too – Harrell Ag Products, GPS Trailers and Southeastern Minerals,” says McCaskill. “I don’t think we’ve got a single industry here that hasn’t expanded in the last 24 months. Taurus is ahead of schedule on everything they’re doing and adding another 25 employees. They’re manufacturing 15,000 guns a week.”

To help train workers for Taurus, Bainbridge Manufacturing, Thomas County’s Check-Mate and other area manufacturers, Southern Regional Technical College recently expanded its Bainbridge campus to offer computer numerical control – or CNC – training. President Jim Glass says the college will soon offer custom training for manufacturers. “The machines we have are unlike any other in our area. There may be a business with one or so [machines], but this is a state-of-the-art lab. We hope it will serve as a catalyst to invite more and more businesses to this area of the state because of the training opportunity.”

Marvin Bannister, CNC specialist and faculty instructor, says the high-tech computer-controlled machines are used to manufacture intricate pieces, such as gun parts. “They’re capable of machining aluminum, plastic, steel – pretty much any durable material,” says Bannister, who hopes to have students onsite in January.

Coming off her biggest year in 21 years of economic development, having announced seven projects with 775 new jobs and $190 million in total investment in Thomas County, Zorn is now watching those projects being built out and hiring continue.

“It couldn’t come at a better time,” she says. “We made the announcements in 2019, and now when it’s been so uncertain for some people, to have these jobs coming on this year and next year is great.”

She also points to the ongoing activity at medical tooling and gun parts manufacturer Check-Mate, American Signature Furniture and Evoqua Water Technologies. “Manufacturing is ramping up, and some of the people who’ve been in business want to start manufacturing products in
the U.S. that they’d been getting from overseas,” she says.

Lowndes County recently welcomed Orion Boatworks’ $3.5-million project, bringing 120 jobs to its center console boat manufacturing facility over the next 24 months, says Andrea Schruijer, executive director of the Valdosta-Lowndes County Development Authority. Ace Electric broke ground this fall on an expansion, and The Home Depot and Lowe’s made capital investments in existing regional distribution centers, both of which continue to hire on a regular basis, she says.

Other expansions in Southwest Georgia include Tift’s Kelley Manufacturing, maker of farm implements, which this year completed a $3-million-plus project and added 20 jobs, says Marlowe. And in Crisp County, Grant Buckley, executive director of the Cordele-Crisp County Industrial Development Council, says manufacturing there remained steady this year, with some companies, such as Big Tex Trailers and Norbord, adding employees to meet demand.


Time to Strategize

While business as usual has not been feasible much of the year, economic developers are getting creative by taking advantage of the pause in regular meetings and activity to position themselves for the future. Colquitt County partnered with development authorities in Brooks, Mitchell, Grady and Thomas counties to establish a joint workforce pipeline project, says Grogan. The project focused on areas such as current industry and workforce, skills that might be needed in five or ten years, and what the industries need to be able to grow.

“We’re looking at things such as are we producing the workforce that they need? Technology changes daily, so about the time you get a program set up in a high school, it changes,” says Grogan of efforts being made to equip the workforce to meet the needs of area industry.

The downtime prompted Lowndes County to start a job seekers page that has seen a lot of activity, says Schruijer. “While we were seeing people being laid off, we wanted to provide a way to share with the community some of the opportunities out there.”

Locate South Georgia has also used the shift in business practices to look to the future with strategic planning, says Schruijer, who serves as the current board chair. “COVID taught us how to be a little more tech savvy to participate in ZOOM calls. We talked about getting the membership more involved, and we created committee structures to help move the group forward. While we’ve had those committees in place, we now have chairs, so we’re meeting our goals better, and we’re able to engage more of the membership. We’ve seen some progress, and the goal is to move that into 2021.”

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Источник: https://www.georgiatrend.com/2020/11/30/southwest-georgia-constant-activity/

Southwest Georgia Financial Corporation to Expand Into Tift County; Announces Two Management Additions to Support Continued Growth

MOULTRIE, Ga., Dec. 16, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Southwest Georgia Financial Corporation (NYSE MKT:SGB), the parent company of Southwest Georgia Bank, announced its plans to expand into Tifton, Georgia, the largest community in Tift County.  The Company also appointed Chad Carpenter and Pam Yeager, two new additions to the management team, as Senior Vice Presidents of Southwest Georgia Bank to support its continued growth.  Mr. Carpenter will lead the expansion into Tifton and Ms. Yeager has joined the Valdosta Banking Division as a senior banker. 

Mr. DeWitt Drew, President and CEO of Southwest Georgia Financial, commented, “Tifton is a natural choice for us to expand, given its adjacency to our primary market of Colquitt County as well as its size and strength in agriculture.  Tifton is a major transportation hub where Interstate 75, U.S. Highway 82 and U.S. Highway 319 all intersect, making it an ideal location for business expansion and for homes of commuters working throughout the southwest Georgia region.  It is exciting to join the resurgence underway in historic Tifton and we are pleased to have Chad join us to lead this expansion.  He brings a wealth of banking experience and local market knowledge that we believe will be instrumental in our growth there.”

Mr. Drew added, “The Valdosta market has been a success for us as our customers have come to appreciate our focus on exceptional service.  We believe Pam’s talent, enthusiasm and strong relationships in Valdosta will build upon our momentum and enable us to more fully tap the growth potential in that market.  We are fortunate to have Pam join our team and look forward to her contributions to our continued growth.”

Mr. Carpenter’s previous banking experience includes 15 years with BB&T Bank in Tifton, Georgia, where he most recently held the position of Area President for the communities of Tifton, Valdosta and Douglas.  He is a graduate of Valdosta State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Business Administration.  Mr. Carpenter joined Southwest Georgia Bank on November 30, 2015.

Ms. Yeager brings 29 years of banking experience in the Valdosta market, including 11 years with Commercial Banking Company, where she most recently held the position of Chief Retail Officer and Commercial, Consumer and Mortgage Lender.  She is a 2010 graduate of the Louisiana State University Graduate School of Banking and a 2003 graduate of Leadership Lowndes, where she served on the Board of Trustees from 2006-2008.  Ms. Yeager was also named a 2001 and 2002 Rising Star for the United Way.  She joined the Company in November of this year.

About Southwest Georgia Financial Corporation 

Southwest Georgia Financial Corporation is a state-chartered bank holding company with approximately $392 million in assets headquartered in Moultrie, Georgia.  Its primary subsidiary, Southwest Georgia Bank, offers comprehensive financial services to consumer, business and governmental customers.  The current banking facilities include the main office located in Colquitt County and branch offices located in Baker County, Worth County, and Lowndes County.  In addition to conventional banking services, the bank provides investment planning and management, trust management, and commercial and individual insurance products.  Insurance products and advice are provided by Southwest Georgia Insurance Services, which is located in Colquitt County.  More information on Southwest Georgia Financial Corp. and Southwest Georgia Bank can be found at its website:  www.sgfc.com.

 


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Southwest Georgia Bank Baytree branch is one of the 8 offices of the bank and has been serving the financial needs of their customers in Valdosta, Lowndes county, Georgia for over 9 years. Baytree office is located at 1404 Baytree Road, Valdosta. You can also contact the bank by calling the branch phone number at 229-244-4444

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  • ■ Monday:9:00am - 4:00pm

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  • ■ Wednesday:9:00am - 4:00pm

  • ■ Thursday:9:00am - 4:00pm

  • ■ Friday:9:00am - 5:00pm

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  • Bank Type:Federal Reserve Non-member Bank

  • FDIC Insurance:Certificate #2147

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  • Branch Count:8 Offices in Georgia

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First Community Bank of Southwest Georgia

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Status:Inactive as of 2002-05-01
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Successor Bank:The Park Avenue Bank
Headquarters:First Community Bank of Southwest Georgia
226 Broad Street
, 31717
Established:1934-01-01
FDIC Insurance:1935-01-24
FDIC Cert:#29334
Charter Class:Commercial bank, state charter and Fed nonmember, supervised by the FDIC
# of Branches:4
Total Assets:$158,079,000
Total Deposits:$132,951,000

History

1934-01-01Institution established: Original name:First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Bainbridge
1990-06-26Changed name to First Federal Savings Bank of Bainbridge
1990-06-26Changed organization type to STOCK SAVINGS BANK
1997-05-08Changed name to First Community Bank of Southwest Georgia
1997-05-08Changed organization type to COMMERCIAL BANK
1997-05-08Changed primary regulatory agency from OFFICE OF THRIFT SUPERVISION to FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
1998-08-31Acquired Bainbridge National Bank (33365) in BAINBRIDGE, GA
2002-05-01Merged into and subsequently operated as part of The Park Avenue Bank (19797) in VALDOSTA, GA
2011-04-29Acquired The Park Avenue Bank (19797) in VALDOSTA, GA as part of a government assisted transaction.
2011-04-29Acquired First Choice Community Bank (58539) in DALLAS, GA as part of a government assisted transaction.
2011-04-29Failed. Acquired with government financial assistance and subsequently operated as part of Bank of the Ozarks (110)
2013-01-01Acquired The Citizens Bank (59) in GENEVA, AL
2013-08-01Acquired The First National Bank of Shelby (4910) in SHELBY, NC
2014-03-06Acquired OMNIBANK, National Association (17325) in HOUSTON, TX
2014-05-17Acquired Summit Bank (34433) in ARKADELPHIA, AR
2015-02-11Acquired Intervest National Bank (35011) in NEW YORK, NY
2015-08-06Acquired Bank of the Carolinas (34903) in MOCKSVILLE, NC
2016-07-21Acquired Community & Southern Bank (59010) in ATLANTA, GA
2016-07-22Acquired C1 Bank (34092) in SAINT PETERSBURG, FL
2018-07-16Changed name to Bank OZK (110)
2020-06-15Moved bank headquarters from VALDOSTA, GA to Little Rock, AR

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BankSouthwest Georgia Bank
BranchValdosta Branch
Address3500 North Valdosta Road,
Valdosta, Georgia 31602
Contact Number(229) 244-4444
CountyLowndes
Service TypeFull Service, brick and mortar office
Date of Establishment06/09/2010
Branch Deposits$95,691,000

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Bank Holding CompanySOUTHWEST GEORGIA FINANCIAL CORPORATION
HeadQuarters Address201 First Street S. E.,
Moultrie, GA 31768
United States
Bank Type21 - STATE NONMEMBER BANK
FDIC CERT #02147
Total Bank Assets$550,884,000
Domestic Deposits$469,191,000
RSSD (Federal Reserve ID Number)699534
RSSD (Federal Reserve ID Number) for Holding Company1081538

Routing Number for Southwest Georgia Bank in Georgia

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FDIC CERT #:The certificate number assigned to an institution for deposit insurance. The FDIC Certificate Number for Valdosta Branch office of Southwest Georgia Bank in Valdosta, GA is 02147. This unique NUMBER is assigned by the FDIC and is used to identify institutions and for the issuance of insurance certificates by FDIC.

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Southwest Georgia: Constant Activity

Food and beverage production, manufacturing and workforce development.
Georgia Trend December 2020 Southwest Ga Shelley Zorn pg 85

You can’t keep a good region down. While the nation’s economy continues to be impacted by the pandemic, economic developers across Southwest Georgia are singing the same tune: activity is constant. Whether it’s an expansion bringing jobs to a community, a new company opening its doors or promising prospects reaching out, business and industry are strong throughout the region.

A common theme is increased demand for food production because families are cooking and eating more at home since the onset of the pandemic. Counties with food processing facilities, such as Ben Hill, report equipment and employees are being added to keep up with demand.

Jason Dunn, executive director of the Fitzgerald and Ben Hill County Development Authority, says employers are making sizeable investments in the area. “We’ve seen that growth in the food and beverage industry, and we’re expecting to see more.”

Specifically, Polar Beverages and Golden Boy Foods continue to show growth in production of soft drinks and peanut butter. In fact, says Dunn, “Polar announced a partnership with Keurig Dr. Pepper that has allowed Polar to take their brands nationwide, opening it up to additional markets.”

Like Ben Hill County, Colquitt is seeing a demand for food production driven by more meals at home, says Barbara Grogan, president of the Moultrie-Colquitt County Development Authority. “All of our industries are growing significantly and increasing production,” she says, naming National Beef Packing Co. and Sanderson Farms among those in need of more workers to meet demand.

Brian Marlowe, recently named deputy commissioner for rural Georgia at my best buy card account online state Department of Economic Development and former president and CEO of the Tifton-Tift County Chamber of Commerce and Tift County Development Authority, tells a similar story. Superior Sauce, whose owner Terry Ho created the popular Yum Yum Sauce, relocated to Tift from Lee County. Superior is expanding operations to add a line for ginger sauce, says Marlowe. Ho bought a spec building that was near completion and is now being built out to accommodate his needs. The $12 million project will bring 60 jobs, and Marlowe estimates production will begin in January.

Also new to Tift is Satsuma Co., a citrus co-op owned by seven farming families that purchased the former Georgia Vegetable facility. While they’ll have to wait for their own trees to grow large enough to produce fruit, “in the meantime, they’ll be taking fruit from other producers and processing it there,” he says of the $4 million project bringing 50 new jobs.

In addition, the new $68-million, 200-job Coca-Cola Bottling Company United sales center announced late last year is still on schedule to be operational in 2021, says Marlowe.

Walmart’s first meat processing and packaging facility brought 200 jobs to Thomas County when it opened in January and has already added another 200, says Shelley Zorn, executive director of the Thomasville Payroll Development Authority. “We’re very fortunate that food processing has seen an increase not a decrease. People are going to continue to eat and drink no matter what.” And, locally owned handcrafted cheese producer Sweet Grass Dairy is nearing completion of a $3.5-million facility that will bring 35 jobs.


COVID Impact

Producing food products is one thing but getting food to families in need has also been quite a challenge. Lowndes County is home to Second Harvest of South Georgia, the leading hunger-relief organization in the region and the second largest food bank in the state, serving 26 counties across a nearly 12,000 square mile region.

Eliza McCall, chief marketing officer, says as of October they had distributed about 50% more than last year, when they gave out the equivalent of 16.5 million meals. The food bank generally works with partner agencies, which in turn distribute the food to individuals in their communities, says McCall. But the pandemic caused those partners to change operations or even close, so distribution since March has been via 23 points of distribution in several counties throughout the region, she says, for a total of 4 million meals.

“Our workload has more than doubled because the need has grown so drastically. We have families that have never had to ask for assistance before that are now food insecure,” she says, adding the Georgia National Guard has assisted with distribution. Southwest Georgia already had a high rate of food-insecure households, with one in four children living in a food-insecure home and one in five in the general population not knowing where they will get their next meal.

The pandemic is also driving increased demand for Colquitt County’s Georgia Linen Services, which has added new equipment and 15 jobs to keep up with higher volume. The company sanitizes bed linens, gowns, towels and other washable items for hospitals and nursing homes.

“We’re seeing all industries really reaching capacity, and we’re seeing a tick in prospecting from other states like out West and Midwest,” says Grogan.

During the pandemic, the development authority used the pause in prospects to focus on strategic planning.

Speaking of the Midwest, one Iowa company has chosen Sumter County for an inbound and outbound call center. The Sumter County Development Authority recently announced that TLC Associates is creating 1,000 jobs at its new facility in the Ted Baldwin Business and Technology Park.

Dougherty County is looking forward to a call center expansion, as well. During a virtual board meeting of the Albany-Dougherty Economic Development Commission in late October, Gov. Brian Kemp announced the expansion of Outdoor Network in Albany, a $22 million capital investment bringing 92 new jobs to the community. The company will consolidate and expand its existing call center and distribution headquarters in the county and open an advanced manufacturing facility to produce 125-200 HP diesel outboard engines for OXE Diesel.

In late October, the commission named Jana Wadkins Dyke its new president and CEO. A South Georgia native, Dyke most recently headed economic development initiatives for the Waycross-Ware County Development Authority. She began her career in economic development more than 20 years ago as vice president of the Lee County Chamber of Commerce and Development Authority.

Also in October, Randolph County residents lost their community hospital, the Southwest Georgia Regional Medical Center (SGRMC) in Cuthbert. Board Chair Steve Whatley said financial limitations would no longer allow the organization to make payroll and they had no choice. The aging facility, managed by Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital since 1996, was in critical need of major upgrades and renovations totaling more than $10 million, says former CEO Kim Gilman. SGRMC had operated “on the brink for years,” she says. “Once the crisis hit, it simply pushed our hospital past the point of no return.”

The county hospital authority plans to identify operating partners to keep the Randolph Medical Associates family medicine clinic and the Joe-Anne Burgin Nursing Home open while it looks for a private operator to purchase or lease the nursing home.


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Cook County celebrated a major announcement this summer from Houston, Texas- based Renewable Southwest georgia bank valdosta ga Group, which is constructing a $95 million wood pellet facility in Adel. It will create 60 new jobs initially, says Lisa Collins, executive director of the Cook County Economic Development Commission. The facility will produce biomass pellets for export to Europe and Asia, where electrical utilities will use the pellets to stoke retrofitted coal-fired power plants or in combination with coal for co-firing.

Two additional industry expansions included tempered glass manufacturer Cardinal Glass Industries, which added a new line this spring for specialized glass etching, says Collins. The company will invest $5 million in the construction of an office complex adjoining the manufacturing facility. Also adding a line is locally grown company Steel Building Systems (SBS), one of seven steel building fabricators in the county.

In a Ben Hill project slated to be announced later this year, a manufacturer specializing in hotel furnishings is taking advantage of the federal Opportunity Zones incentive that allows employers to recoup wages paid during employee training. It’s the first to do so in Ben Hill County, says Dunn. The company will refurbish a 220,000-square-foot building formerly occupied by Shaw Industries and hire about 40 during the first phase, with planned growth beyond that, says Dunn.

Rick McCaskill, executive director of the Development Authority of Bainbridge and Decatur County, had two big announcements this year. A-1 Roof Trusses is constructing a 150,000-square-foot facility and bringing 130 jobs in the first phase of its $17-million project. And Pure Cycle LLC made a $17 million investment, committing to 140 new jobs by February. The company makes machines that produce a microscopic aerosol product infused in carpets, rugs and furniture to kill viruses and germs, says McCaskill. Pure Cycle will eventually also manufacture the aerosol product in Bainbridge.

“We’ve had a pretty good bit of expansion here too – Harrell Ag Products, GPS Trailers and Southeastern Minerals,” says McCaskill. “I don’t think we’ve got a single industry here that hasn’t expanded in the last 24 months. Taurus is ahead of schedule on everything they’re doing and adding another 25 employees. They’re manufacturing 15,000 guns a week.”

To help train workers for Taurus, Bainbridge Manufacturing, Thomas County’s Check-Mate and other area manufacturers, Southern Regional Technical College recently expanded its Bainbridge campus to offer computer numerical control – or CNC – training. President Jim Glass says the college will soon offer custom training for manufacturers. “The machines we have are unlike any other in our area. There may be a business with one or so [machines], but this is a state-of-the-art lab. We hope it will serve as a catalyst southwest georgia bank valdosta ga invite more and more businesses to this area of the state because of the training opportunity.”

Marvin Bannister, CNC specialist and faculty instructor, says the high-tech computer-controlled machines are used to manufacture intricate pieces, such as gun parts. “They’re capable of machining aluminum, plastic, steel – pretty much any durable material,” says Bannister, who hopes to have students onsite in January.

Coming off her biggest year in 21 years of economic development, having announced seven projects with 775 new jobs and $190 million in total investment in Thomas County, Zorn is now watching those projects being built out and hiring continue.

“It couldn’t come at a better time,” southwest georgia bank valdosta ga says. “We made the announcements in 2019, and now when it’s been so uncertain for some people, to have these jobs coming on this year and next year is great.”

She also points to the ongoing activity at medical tooling and gun parts manufacturer Check-Mate, American Signature Furniture and Evoqua Water Technologies. “Manufacturing is ramping up, and some of the people who’ve been in business want to start manufacturing products in
the U.S. that they’d been getting from overseas,” she says.

Lowndes County recently welcomed Orion Boatworks’ $3.5-million project, bringing 120 jobs to its center console boat manufacturing facility over the next 24 months, says Andrea Schruijer, executive director of the Valdosta-Lowndes County Development Authority. Ace Electric broke ground this fall on an expansion, and The Home Depot and Lowe’s made capital investments in existing regional distribution centers, both of which continue to hire on a regular basis, she says.

Other expansions in Southwest Georgia include Tift’s Kelley Manufacturing, maker of farm implements, which this year completed a $3-million-plus project and added 20 jobs, says Marlowe. And in Crisp County, Grant Buckley, executive director of the Cordele-Crisp County Industrial Development Council, says manufacturing there remained steady this year, with some companies, such as Big Tex Trailers and Norbord, adding employees to meet demand.


Time to Strategize

While business as usual has not been feasible much of the year, economic developers are getting creative by taking advantage of the pause in regular meetings and activity to position themselves for southwest georgia bank valdosta ga future. Colquitt County partnered with development authorities in Brooks, Mitchell, Grady and Thomas counties to establish a joint workforce pipeline project, says Grogan. The project focused on areas such as current industry and workforce, skills that might be needed in five or ten years, and what the industries need to be able to grow.

“We’re looking at things such as are we producing the workforce that they need? Technology changes daily, so about the time you get a program set up in a high school, it changes,” says Grogan of efforts being made to equip the workforce to meet the needs of area industry.

The downtime prompted Lowndes County to start a job seekers page that has seen a lot of activity, says Schruijer. “While we were seeing people being laid off, we wanted to provide a way to share with the community some of the opportunities out there.”

Locate South Georgia has also used the shift in business practices to look to the future with strategic planning, says Schruijer, who serves as the current board chair. “COVID taught us how to be a little more tech savvy to participate in ZOOM calls. We talked about getting the membership more involved, and we created committee structures to help move the group forward. While we’ve had those committees in place, we now have chairs, so we’re meeting our goals better, and we’re able to engage more of the membership. We’ve seen some progress, and the goal is to move that into 2021.”

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Источник: https://www.georgiatrend.com/2020/11/30/southwest-georgia-constant-activity/

BAYTREE

OFFICE DETAILS

Southwest Georgia Bank Baytree branch is one of the 8 offices of the bank and has been serving the financial needs of their customers in Valdosta, Lowndes county, Georgia for over 9 years. Baytree office is located at 1404 Baytree Road, Valdosta. You can also contact the bank by calling the branch phone number at 229-244-4444

Southwest Georgia Bank Baytree branch operates as a full service brick and mortar office. For lobby hours, drive-up hours and online banking services please visit the official website of the bank at www.sgb.bank. You can edit branch details by clicking here if you believe the information is incomplete, incorrect, out of date or misleading.

BRANCH HOURS

  • ■ Monday:9:00am - 4:00pm

  • ■ Tuesday:9:00am - 4:00pm

  • ■ Wednesday:9:00am - 4:00pm

  • ■ Thursday:9:00am - 4:00pm

  • ■ Friday:9:00am - 5:00pm

  • ■ Saturday:Closed

  • ■ Sunday:Closed

Southwest Georgia Bank Baytree is open Monday to Friday and closed on Saturdays and Sundays. The branch opens at 9:00am in the morning. Working hours for Baytree branch are listed on the table above. Note that this data is based on regular opening and closing hours of Southwest Georgia Bank and may also be subject to changes. Please call the branch at 229-244-4444 southwest georgia bank valdosta ga verify hours before visiting.

BANK INFORMATION

  • Bank Name:Southwest Georgia Bank

  • Bank Type:Federal Reserve Non-member Bank

  • FDIC Insurance:Certificate #2147

  • Routing Number:N/A

  • Online Banking:sgb.bank

  • Branch Count:8 Offices in Georgia

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Southwest Georgia Financial Corporation to Expand Into Tift County; Announces Two Management Additions to Support Continued Growth

MOULTRIE, Ga., Dec. 16, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Southwest Georgia Financial Corporation (NYSE MKT:SGB), the parent company of Southwest Georgia Bank, announced its plans to expand into Tifton, Georgia, the largest community in Tift County.  The Company also appointed Chad Carpenter and Pam Yeager, two new additions to the management team, as Senior Vice Presidents of Southwest Georgia Bank to support its continued growth.  Mr. Carpenter will lead the expansion into Tifton and Ms. Yeager has joined the Valdosta Banking Division as a senior banker. 

Mr. DeWitt Drew, President and CEO of Southwest Georgia Financial, commented, “Tifton is a natural choice for us to expand, given its adjacency to our primary market of Colquitt County as well as its size and strength in agriculture.  Tifton is a major transportation hub where Interstate 75, U.S. Highway 82 and U.S. Highway 319 all intersect, making it an ideal location for business expansion and for homes of commuters working throughout the southwest Georgia region.  It is exciting to join the resurgence underway in historic Tifton and we are pleased to have Chad join us to lead this expansion.  He brings a wealth of banking experience and local market knowledge that we believe will be instrumental in our growth there.”

Mr. Drew added, “The Valdosta market has been a success for us as our customers have come to appreciate our focus on exceptional service.  We believe Pam’s talent, enthusiasm and strong relationships in Valdosta will build upon our momentum and enable us to more fully tap the growth potential in that market.  We are fortunate to have Pam join our team and look forward to her contributions to our continued growth.”

Mr. Carpenter’s previous banking experience includes 15 years with BB&T Bank in Tifton, Georgia, where he most recently held the position of Area President for the communities of Tifton, Valdosta and Douglas.  He is a graduate of Valdosta State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Business Administration.  Mr. Carpenter joined Southwest Georgia Bank on November 30, 2015.

Ms. Yeager brings 29 years of banking experience in the Valdosta market, including 11 years with Commercial Banking Company, where she most recently held the position of Chief Retail Officer and Commercial, Consumer and Mortgage Lender.  She is a 2010 graduate of the Louisiana State University Graduate School of Banking and a 2003 graduate of Leadership Lowndes, where she served on the Board of Trustees from 2006-2008.  Ms. Yeager was also named a 2001 and 2002 Rising Star for the United Way.  She joined the Company in November of this year.

About Southwest Georgia Financial Corporation 

Southwest Georgia Financial Corporation is a state-chartered bank holding company with approximately $392 million in assets headquartered in Moultrie, Georgia.  Its primary subsidiary, Southwest Georgia Bank, offers comprehensive financial services to consumer, business and governmental customers.  The current banking facilities include the main office located in Colquitt County and branch offices located in Baker County, Worth County, and Lowndes County.  In addition to conventional banking services, the bank provides investment planning and management, trust management, and commercial and individual insurance products.  Insurance products and advice are provided by Southwest Georgia Insurance Services, which is located in Colquitt County.  More information on Southwest Georgia Financial Corp. and Southwest Georgia Bank can be found at its website:  www.sgfc.com.

 


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BankSouthwest Georgia Bank
BranchValdosta Branch
Address3500 North Valdosta Road,
Valdosta, Georgia 31602
Contact Number(229) 244-4444
CountyLowndes
Service TypeFull Service, brick and mortar office
Date of Establishment06/09/2010
Branch Deposits$95,691,000

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Bank Information
Bank Holding CompanySOUTHWEST GEORGIA FINANCIAL CORPORATION
HeadQuarters Address201 First Street S. E.,
Moultrie, GA 31768
United States
Bank Type21 - STATE NONMEMBER BANK
FDIC CERT #02147
Total Bank Assets$550,884,000
Domestic Deposits$469,191,000
RSSD (Federal Reserve ID Number)699534
RSSD (Federal Reserve ID Number) for Holding Company1081538

Routing Number for Southwest Georgia Bank in Georgia

A routing number is a 9 digit code for identifying a financial institute for the purpose of routing of checks (cheques), fund transfers, direct deposits, e-payments, online payments, etc. to the correct bank branch. Routing numbers are also known as banking routing numbers, routing transit numbers, RTNs, ABA numbers, and sometimes SWIFT codes (although these are quite different from routing numbers as SWIFT codes are solely used for international wire transfers while routing numbers are used for domestic transfers). Routing numbers differ for checking and savings accounts, prepaid cards, IRAs, lines of credit, and wire transfers. Usually all banks have different routing numbers for each state in the US. You can find the routing number for Southwest Georgia Bank in Georgia here.

Total Assets:The sum of all assets owned by the institution including cash, loans, securities, bank premises and other assets. This total does not include off-balance-sheet accounts.

RSSD:The unique number assigned by the Federal Reserve Board (FRB) to the top regulatory bank holding company. This unique identifier for Southwest Georgia Bank is 699534.

FDIC CERT #:The certificate number assigned to an institution for deposit insurance. The FDIC Certificate Number for Valdosta Branch office of Southwest Georgia Bank in Valdosta, GA is 02147. This unique NUMBER is assigned by the FDIC and is used to identify institutions and for the issuance of insurance certificates by FDIC.

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Be careful when applying for a credit card here. Bank of America does not do good business and they don't seem to care about their customers. At the end of October, I applied for a card with 15 months 0% APR and $0 balance transfer fee that ended up being 18 months 0% APR and 3% balance transfer fee. They're saying I selected a different offer when requesting the transfer, trough their website. They've been awful to me ever since. Taught me a lesson to stick to the bigger, better companies who don't want to lose a customer over something as silly as this.
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Alanaon Nov 23 2018
Excellent Five-star service!! Staff is friendly and southwest georgia bank valdosta ga (and very helpful). Never visited banks with such friendly people. Im looking forward to banking with Cathay bank. So far: Great job!!
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Robert Pon Nov 23 2018
Never ever go to this bank, i went to cash out my check and received 100 dollar's short from my payment i was so mad they kept on that it was not their fault that the girl had give me the exact amount im like really, she must not know how to count because i was missing $100.00. and after 30 to 40 min later they realize they were over 100 dollars
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  • Address : 3338 Country Club Road, Valdosta, GA 31605
  • Phone Number : +1 229-245-1280
  • Email : info@
  • Street Number : 3338
  • Route : Country Club Road
  • Postal Code : 31605
  • Locality : Valdosta
  • State : Georgia (GA)
  • Country : United States
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Southwest Georgia: Constant Activity

Food and beverage production, manufacturing and workforce development.
Georgia Trend December 2020 Southwest Ga Shelley Zorn pg 85

You can’t keep a good region down. While the nation’s economy continues to be impacted by the pandemic, economic developers across Southwest Georgia are singing the same tune: activity is constant. Whether it’s an expansion bringing jobs to a community, a new company opening its doors or promising prospects reaching out, business and industry are strong throughout the region.

A common theme is increased demand for food production because families are cooking and eating more at home since the onset of the pandemic. Counties with food processing facilities, such as Ben Hill, report equipment and employees are being added to keep up with demand.

Jason Dunn, executive director of the Fitzgerald and Ben Hill County Development Authority, says employers are making sizeable investments in the area. “We’ve seen that growth in the food and beverage industry, and we’re expecting to see more.”

Specifically, Polar Beverages and Golden Boy Foods continue to show growth in production of soft drinks and peanut butter. In fact, says Dunn, “Polar announced a partnership with Keurig Dr. Pepper that has allowed Polar to take their brands nationwide, opening it up to additional markets.”

Like Ben Hill County, Colquitt is seeing a demand for food production driven by more meals at home, says Barbara Grogan, president of the Moultrie-Colquitt County Development Authority. “All of our industries are growing significantly and increasing production,” she says, naming National Beef Packing Co. and Sanderson Farms among those in need of more workers to meet demand.

Brian Marlowe, recently named deputy commissioner for rural Georgia at the state Department of Economic Development and former president and CEO of the Tifton-Tift County Chamber of Commerce and Tift County Development Authority, tells a similar story. Superior Sauce, whose owner Terry Ho created the popular Yum Yum Sauce, relocated to Tift from Lee County. Superior is expanding operations to add a line for ginger sauce, says Marlowe. Ho bought a spec building that was near completion and is now being built out to accommodate his needs. The $12 million project will bring 60 jobs, and Marlowe estimates production will begin in January.

Also new to Tift is Satsuma Co., a citrus co-op owned by seven farming families that purchased the former Georgia Vegetable facility. While they’ll have to wait for their own trees to grow large enough to produce fruit, “in the meantime, they’ll be taking fruit from other producers and processing it there,” he says of the $4 million project bringing 50 new jobs.

In addition, the new $68-million, 200-job Coca-Cola Bottling Company United sales center announced late last year is still on schedule to be operational in 2021, says Marlowe.

Walmart’s first meat processing and packaging facility brought 200 jobs to Thomas County when it opened in January and has already added another 200, says Shelley Zorn, executive director of the Thomasville Payroll Development Authority. “We’re very fortunate that food processing has seen an increase not a decrease. People are going to continue to eat and drink no matter what.” And, locally owned handcrafted cheese producer Sweet Grass Dairy is nearing completion of a $3.5-million facility that will bring 35 jobs.


COVID Impact

Producing food products is one thing but getting food to families in need has also been quite a challenge. Lowndes County is home to Second Harvest of South Georgia, the leading hunger-relief organization in the region and the second largest food bank in the state, serving 26 counties across a nearly 12,000 square mile region.

Eliza McCall, chief marketing officer, says as of October they had distributed about 50% more than last year, when they gave out the equivalent of 16.5 million meals. The food bank generally works with partner agencies, which in turn distribute the food to individuals in their communities, says McCall. But the pandemic caused those partners to change operations or even close, so distribution since March has been via 23 points of distribution in several counties throughout the region, she says, for a total of 4 million meals.

“Our workload has more than doubled because the need has grown so drastically. We have families that have never had to ask for assistance before that are now food insecure,” she says, adding the Georgia National Guard has assisted with distribution. Southwest Georgia already had a high rate of food-insecure households, with one in four children living in a food-insecure home and one in five in the general population not knowing where they will get their next meal.

The pandemic is also driving increased demand for Colquitt County’s Georgia Linen Services, which has added new equipment and 15 jobs to keep up with higher volume. The company sanitizes bed linens, gowns, towels and other washable items for hospitals and nursing homes.

“We’re seeing all industries really reaching capacity, and we’re seeing a tick in prospecting from other states like out West and Midwest,” says Grogan.

During the pandemic, the development authority used the pause in prospects to focus on strategic planning.

Speaking of the Midwest, one Iowa company has chosen Sumter County for an inbound and outbound call center. The Sumter County Development Authority recently announced that TLC Associates is creating 1,000 jobs at its new facility in the Ted Baldwin Business and Technology Park.

Dougherty County is looking forward to a call center expansion, as well. During a virtual board meeting of the Albany-Dougherty Economic Development Commission in late October, Gov. Brian Kemp announced the expansion of Outdoor Network in Albany, a $22 million capital investment bringing 92 new jobs to the community. The company will consolidate and expand its existing call center and distribution headquarters in the county and open an advanced manufacturing facility to produce 125-200 HP diesel outboard engines for OXE Diesel.

In late October, the commission named Jana Wadkins Dyke its new president and CEO. A South Georgia native, Dyke most recently headed economic development initiatives for the Waycross-Ware County Development Authority. She began her career in economic development more than 20 years ago as vice president of the Lee County Chamber of Commerce and Development Authority.

Also in October, Randolph County residents lost their community hospital, the Southwest Georgia Regional Medical Center (SGRMC) in Cuthbert. Board Chair Steve Whatley said financial limitations would no longer allow the organization to make payroll and they had no choice. The aging facility, managed by Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital since 1996, was in critical need of major upgrades and renovations totaling more than $10 million, says former CEO Kim Gilman. SGRMC had operated “on the brink for years,” she says. “Once the crisis hit, it simply pushed our hospital past the point of no return.”

The county hospital authority plans to identify operating partners to keep the Randolph Medical Associates family medicine clinic and the Joe-Anne Burgin Nursing Home open while it looks for a private operator to purchase or lease the nursing home.


More Manufacturing

Cook County celebrated a major announcement this summer from Houston, Texas- based Renewable Biomass Group, which is constructing a $95 million wood pellet facility in Adel. It will create 60 new jobs initially, says Lisa Collins, executive director of the Cook County Economic Development Commission. The facility will produce biomass pellets for export to Europe and Asia, where electrical utilities will use the pellets to stoke retrofitted coal-fired power plants or in combination with coal for co-firing.

Two additional industry expansions included tempered glass manufacturer Cardinal Glass Industries, which added a new line this spring for specialized glass etching, says Collins. The company will invest $5 million in the construction of an office complex adjoining the manufacturing facility. Also adding a line is locally grown company Steel Building Systems (SBS), one of seven steel building fabricators in the county.

In a Ben Hill project slated to be announced later this year, a manufacturer specializing in hotel furnishings is taking advantage of the federal Opportunity Zones incentive that allows employers to recoup wages paid during employee training. It’s the first to do so in Ben Hill County, says Dunn. The company will refurbish a 220,000-square-foot building formerly occupied by Shaw Industries and hire about 40 during the first phase, with planned growth beyond that, says Dunn.

Rick McCaskill, executive director of the Development Authority of Bainbridge and Decatur County, had two big announcements this year. A-1 Roof Trusses is constructing a 150,000-square-foot facility and bringing 130 jobs in the first phase of its $17-million project. And Pure Cycle LLC made a $17 million investment, committing to 140 new jobs by February. The company makes machines that produce a microscopic aerosol product infused in carpets, rugs and furniture to kill viruses and germs, says McCaskill. Pure Cycle will eventually also manufacture the aerosol product in Bainbridge.

“We’ve had a pretty good bit of expansion here too – Harrell Ag Products, GPS Trailers and Southeastern Minerals,” says McCaskill. “I don’t think we’ve got a single industry here that hasn’t expanded in the last 24 months. Taurus is ahead of schedule on everything they’re doing and adding another 25 employees. They’re manufacturing 15,000 guns a week.”

To help train workers for Taurus, Bainbridge Manufacturing, Thomas County’s Check-Mate and other area manufacturers, Southern Regional Technical College recently expanded its Bainbridge campus to offer computer numerical control – or CNC – training. President Jim Glass says the college will soon offer custom training for manufacturers. “The machines we have are unlike any other in our area. There may be a business with one or so [machines], but this is a state-of-the-art lab. We hope it will serve as a catalyst to invite more and more businesses to this area of the state because of the training opportunity.”

Marvin Bannister, CNC specialist and faculty instructor, says the high-tech computer-controlled machines are used to manufacture intricate pieces, such as gun parts. “They’re capable of machining aluminum, plastic, steel – pretty much any durable material,” says Bannister, who hopes to have students onsite in January.

Coming off her biggest year in 21 years of economic development, having announced seven projects with 775 new jobs and $190 million in total investment in Thomas County, Zorn is now watching those projects being built out and hiring continue.

“It couldn’t come at a better time,” she says. “We made the announcements in 2019, and now when it’s been so uncertain for some people, to have these jobs coming on this year and next year is great.”

She also points to the ongoing activity at medical tooling and gun parts manufacturer Check-Mate, American Signature Furniture and Evoqua Water Technologies. “Manufacturing is ramping up, and some of the people who’ve been in business want to start manufacturing products in
the U.S. that they’d been getting from overseas,” she says.

Lowndes County recently welcomed Orion Boatworks’ $3.5-million project, bringing 120 jobs to its center console boat manufacturing facility over the next 24 months, says Andrea Schruijer, executive director of the Valdosta-Lowndes County Development Authority. Ace Electric broke ground this fall on an expansion, and The Home Depot and Lowe’s made capital investments in existing regional distribution centers, both of which continue to hire on a regular basis, she says.

Other expansions in Southwest Georgia include Tift’s Kelley Manufacturing, maker of farm implements, which this year completed a $3-million-plus project and added 20 jobs, says Marlowe. And in Crisp County, Grant Buckley, executive director of the Cordele-Crisp County Industrial Development Council, says manufacturing there remained steady this year, with some companies, such as Big Tex Trailers and Norbord, adding employees to meet demand.


Time to Strategize

While business as usual has not been feasible much of the year, economic developers are getting creative by taking advantage of the pause in regular meetings and activity to position themselves for the future. Colquitt County partnered with development authorities in Brooks, Mitchell, Grady and Thomas counties to establish a joint workforce pipeline project, says Grogan. The project focused on areas such as current industry and workforce, skills that might be needed in five or ten years, and what the industries need to be able to grow.

“We’re looking at things such as are we producing the workforce that they need? Technology changes daily, so about the time you get a program set up in a high school, it changes,” says Grogan of efforts being made to equip the workforce to meet the needs of area industry.

The downtime prompted Lowndes County to start a job seekers page that has seen a lot of activity, says Schruijer. “While we were seeing people being laid off, we wanted to provide a way to share with the community some of the opportunities out there.”

Locate South Georgia has also used the shift in business practices to look to the future with strategic planning, says Schruijer, who serves as the current board chair. “COVID taught us how to be a little more tech savvy to participate in ZOOM calls. We talked about getting the membership more involved, and we created committee structures to help move the group forward. While we’ve had those committees in place, we now have chairs, so we’re meeting our goals better, and we’re able to engage more of the membership. We’ve seen some progress, and the goal is to move that into 2021.”

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Southwest Georgia Financial Corporation to Expand Into Tift County; Announces Two Management Additions to Support Continued Growth

MOULTRIE, Ga., Dec. 16, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Southwest Georgia Financial Corporation (NYSE MKT:SGB), the parent company of Southwest Georgia Bank, announced its plans to expand into Tifton, Georgia, the largest community in Tift County.  The Company also appointed Chad Carpenter and Pam Yeager, two new additions to the management team, as Senior Vice Presidents of Southwest Georgia Bank to support its continued growth.  Mr. Carpenter will lead the expansion into Tifton and Ms. Yeager has joined the Valdosta Banking Division as a senior banker. 

Mr. DeWitt Drew, President and CEO of Southwest Georgia Financial, commented, “Tifton is a natural choice for us to expand, given its adjacency to our primary market of Colquitt County as well as its size and strength in agriculture.  Tifton is a major transportation hub where Interstate 75, U.S. Highway 82 and U.S. Highway 319 all intersect, making it an ideal location for business expansion and for homes of commuters working throughout the southwest Georgia region.  It is exciting to join the resurgence underway in historic Tifton and we are pleased to have Chad join us to lead this expansion.  He brings a wealth of banking experience and local market knowledge that we believe will be instrumental in our growth there.”

Mr. Drew added, “The Valdosta market has been a success for us as our customers have come to appreciate our focus on exceptional service.  We believe Pam’s talent, enthusiasm and strong relationships in Valdosta will build upon our momentum and enable us to more fully tap the growth potential in that market.  We are fortunate to have Pam join our team and look forward to her contributions to our continued growth.”

Mr. Carpenter’s previous banking experience includes 15 years with BB&T Bank in Tifton, Georgia, where he most recently held the position of Area President for the communities of Tifton, Valdosta and Douglas.  He is a graduate of Valdosta State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Business Administration.  Mr. Carpenter joined Southwest Georgia Bank on November 30, 2015.

Ms. Yeager brings 29 years of banking experience in the Valdosta market, including 11 years with Commercial Banking Company, where she most recently held the position of Chief Retail Officer and Commercial, Consumer and Mortgage Lender.  She is a 2010 graduate of the Louisiana State University Graduate School of Banking and a 2003 graduate of Leadership Lowndes, where she served on the Board of Trustees from 2006-2008.  Ms. Yeager was also named a 2001 and 2002 Rising Star for the United Way.  She joined the Company in November of this year.

About Southwest Georgia Financial Corporation 

Southwest Georgia Financial Corporation is a state-chartered bank holding company with approximately $392 million in assets headquartered in Moultrie, Georgia.  Its primary subsidiary, Southwest Georgia Bank, offers comprehensive financial services to consumer, business and governmental customers.  The current banking facilities include the main office located in Colquitt County and branch offices located in Baker County, Worth County, and Lowndes County.  In addition to conventional banking services, the bank provides investment planning and management, trust management, and commercial and individual insurance products.  Insurance products and advice are provided by Southwest Georgia Insurance Services, which is located in Colquitt County.  More information on Southwest Georgia Financial Corp. and Southwest Georgia Bank can be found at its website:  www.sgfc.com.

 


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Southwest Georgia Bank, Valdosta Branch

Southwest Georgia Bank, Valdosta Branch is one of the bank's 7 offices and for over 11 years it has met the financial needs of its customers in Lowndes County. The Southwest Georgia Bank, Valdosta Branch is giving service at 3500 North Valdosta Road, Valdosta GA 31602, Lowndes County. You can also contact the bank by calling the branch number at 229-244-4444. For working hours, online banking and other bank services, please visit the official website of the bank at www.sgb.bank.

  • Name : Southwest Georgia Bank, Valdosta Branch
  • Location : 3500 North Valdosta Road, Valdosta GA 31602, Lowndes County
  • Phone : 229-244-4444
  • FDIC Cert : #2147
  • Established : 2010-06-09

Southwest Georgia Bank

  • Name : Southwest Georgia Bank
  • Concentration : Commercial Lending Specialization
  • Established : 2010-06-09
  • FDIC Insurance : 1934-01-01
  • Holden By : Southwest Georgia Financial Corporation
  • # of Branches : 7
  • Website :www.sgb.bank
  • Total Assets : $508,913,000
  • Total Deposits : $420,640,000
  • Total Equity Capital : $37,916,000
  • Total Domestic Office Deposits : $420,640,000
  • Net Income : $1,252,000
  • Quarterly Net Income : $1,252,000
  • Return on Assets : 1%
  • Quarterly Return on Assets : 1%
  • Return on Equity : 13%
  • Quarterly Return on Equity : 13%

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First Community Bank of Southwest Georgia

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Status:Inactive as of 2002-05-01
 Merger - Without Assistance
Successor Bank:The Park Avenue Bank
Headquarters:First Community Bank of Southwest Georgia
226 Broad Street
, 31717
Established:1934-01-01
FDIC Insurance:1935-01-24
FDIC Cert:#29334
Charter Class:Commercial bank, state charter and Fed nonmember, supervised by the FDIC
# of Branches:4
Total Assets:$158,079,000
Total Deposits:$132,951,000

History

1934-01-01Institution established: Original name:First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Bainbridge
1990-06-26Changed name to First Federal Savings Bank of Bainbridge
1990-06-26Changed organization type to STOCK SAVINGS BANK
1997-05-08Changed name to First Community Bank of Southwest Georgia
1997-05-08Changed organization type to COMMERCIAL BANK
1997-05-08Changed primary regulatory agency from OFFICE OF THRIFT SUPERVISION to FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
1998-08-31Acquired Bainbridge National Bank (33365) in BAINBRIDGE, GA
2002-05-01Merged into and subsequently operated as part of The Park Avenue Bank (19797) in VALDOSTA, GA
2011-04-29Acquired The Park Avenue Bank (19797) in VALDOSTA, GA as part of a government assisted transaction.
2011-04-29Acquired First Choice Community Bank (58539) in DALLAS, GA as part of a government assisted transaction.
2011-04-29Failed. Acquired with government financial assistance and subsequently operated as part of Bank of the Ozarks (110)
2013-01-01Acquired The Citizens Bank (59) in GENEVA, AL
2013-08-01Acquired The First National Bank of Shelby (4910) in SHELBY, NC
2014-03-06Acquired OMNIBANK, National Association (17325) in HOUSTON, TX
2014-05-17Acquired Summit Bank (34433) in ARKADELPHIA, AR
2015-02-11Acquired Intervest National Bank (35011) in NEW YORK, NY
2015-08-06Acquired Bank of the Carolinas (34903) in MOCKSVILLE, NC
2016-07-21Acquired Community & Southern Bank (59010) in ATLANTA, GA
2016-07-22Acquired C1 Bank (34092) in SAINT PETERSBURG, FL
2018-07-16Changed name to Bank OZK (110)
2020-06-15Moved bank headquarters from VALDOSTA, GA to Little Rock, AR

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BankSouthwest Georgia Bank
BranchValdosta Branch
Address3500 North Valdosta Road,
Valdosta, Georgia 31602
Contact Number(229) 244-4444
CountyLowndes
Service TypeFull Service, brick and mortar office
Date of Establishment06/09/2010
Branch Deposits$95,691,000

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Bank Information
Bank Holding CompanySOUTHWEST GEORGIA FINANCIAL CORPORATION
HeadQuarters Address201 First Street S. E.,
Moultrie, GA 31768
United States
Bank Type21 - STATE NONMEMBER BANK
FDIC CERT #02147
Total Bank Assets$550,884,000
Domestic Deposits$469,191,000
RSSD (Federal Reserve ID Number)699534
RSSD (Federal Reserve ID Number) for Holding Company1081538

Routing Number for Southwest Georgia Bank in Georgia

A routing number is a 9 digit code for identifying a financial institute for the purpose of routing of checks (cheques), fund transfers, direct deposits, e-payments, online payments, etc. to the correct bank branch. Routing numbers are also known as banking routing numbers, routing transit numbers, RTNs, ABA numbers, and sometimes SWIFT codes (although these are quite different from routing numbers as SWIFT codes are solely used for international wire transfers while routing numbers are used for domestic transfers). Routing numbers differ for checking and savings accounts, prepaid cards, IRAs, lines of credit, and wire transfers. Usually all banks have different routing numbers for each state in the US. You can find the routing number for Southwest Georgia Bank in Georgia here.

Total Assets:The sum of all assets owned by the institution including cash, loans, securities, bank premises and other assets. This total does not include off-balance-sheet accounts.

RSSD:The unique number assigned by the Federal Reserve Board (FRB) to the top regulatory bank holding company. This unique identifier for Southwest Georgia Bank is 699534.

FDIC CERT #:The certificate number assigned to an institution for deposit insurance. The FDIC Certificate Number for Valdosta Branch office of Southwest Georgia Bank in Valdosta, GA is 02147. This unique NUMBER is assigned by the FDIC and is used to identify institutions and for the issuance of insurance certificates by FDIC.

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