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Development Authority Building Bridges Across Glob | Editorial
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There is an old saying that our neighbors are not just those who live next

door, but those all around the world.

That saying has probably never been more true for Laurens County than

it is right now.

A recent announcement by the Dublin-Laurens County Development

Authority that it sent a representative to the world’s largest trade fair in

Hannover, Germany, shows just how far away and yet, how close, our

neighbors really are.

Over the years as Laurens County has grown, people from all over the

world have been drawn to its door. The small-town charm, the big-city

opportunity and the positive atmosphere here have led those from afar to

want to call this friendly, upbeat place home.

That quiet country charm amidst a thriving business environment and a

development authority that knows how to market the area has led those in

the business world to take a second look at our town. While we were all going

through the motions of our daily lives, the D-LCDA has been knocking on

doors around the world visiting with and building bridges to those who can

help the area continue to prosper, That was done by sending Cal Wray, vice

president of the D-LCDA, to make contact with companies from all around

the world at the trade fair in Germany.

While the economic situation may seem bleak now, now is exactly the

time to plan for the future because the economy will change and when it

does Laurens County will be miles ahead of the competition with its


The Dublin-Laurens Development Authority is to be commended for its

planning ahead for a brighter future for all of Laurens County and middle


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