Louisiana’s I-12 Alliance is a cooperative marketing endeavor among St. Tammany, Washington, Tangipahoa, Livingston, and St. Helena parishes, in addition to the Small Business Development Center at Southeastern Louisiana University. The purpose of the Alliance is to jointly market the I-12 Corridor to businesses seeking locations to establish or expand.
Louisiana's I-12 Corridor is an ideal place to locate your business. Ripe with economic opportunity and rich in the amenities that will make your employees feel at home, the five parishes along this 90-mile stretch of highway are poised - and perfectly positioned - for prosperity.
With thousands of undeveloped acres, including numerous sites right along the Interstate, there is plenty of available land for developing or expanding your company. With thousands of miles of highways connecting the five parishes, a certified mega-site, a shallow-water port, railroads, and airports, you can move your product - and your people - with ease. With quick access to New Orleans, Baton Rouge, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Mississippi Coast, the I-12 Corridor brings the best of both worlds: spacious commercial sites and close proximity to urban centers of commerce and government.
But the appeal of the I-12 Corridor isn't just its geography and infrastructure. With some of the best public schools in Louisiana, a low crime rate, two state universities and community colleges, an eager workforce, affordable housing, and advanced health-care, you'll find your employees will not only like living here but will want to stay.
Louisiana's I-12 Corridor is a key component of the economic engine that will drive the future and benefit Southeast Louisiana and the Southeast United States.
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