The Point is the first location where the Ohio River meets Norfolk Southern rail lines along the Heartland Corridor.
A Pro-Business Climate
The dynamic pro-business climate in Lawrence County, OH is supported by corporate tax incentives, workforce development programs, an entrepreneurial network of resources, and other features designed to give area businesses a competitive advantage in the global marketplace.
The founding of the Lawrence Economic Development Corporation (LEDC) in 1983 is another indicator of the community's pro-business mantra.
By advancing initiatives that promote the success of both new and existing businesses, the LEDC helps establish and maintain an environment where businesses of all types can thrive.
The ample, skilled workforce in the Tri-State area is enhanced by workforce development programs designed to meet long-term recruitment and training needs.