Statesboro-Bulloch County is located in Coastal Southeastern Georgia off of Interstate 16.  The community is located within 50 miles of the City of Savannah, Port of Savannah, and Savannah-Hilton Head International Airport.  Bulloch County is a regional hub to nine counties in the area, and residents of other counties drive to Bulloch County for employment, healthcare, retail, and education.   The area is well known for it's reputation in secondary education with Georgia Southern University, Ogeechee Technical College, and East Georgia College located in the county.  Industries and businesses searching for a site that is off the coast, with excellent infrastructure and in a university town will have accessibility to a diversified workforce and an excellent quality of life.  Operating here puts any company in immediate access to Interstate 16, with less than 40 minutes to Interstate 95 and less than 90 minutes to Interstate 75.   

Our available workforce regional population numbers are well over 300,000, and with over 25,000 students in our community, part time employees are always abundant.  Our educational resources are endless with Georgia Southern University, Ogeechee Technical College, and East Georgia College educating and training our future workforce.  Georgia Southern University, a Carnegie Doctoral-Research University is well known for the following programs: Engineering, Logistics, Business, Nursing, and IT.  Many of these students look for opportunities to intern locally during their program of study, and for future careers after graduation.  Ogeechee Technical College offers a wide variety of programs generating graduates with associate degrees, certificates, and diplomas.  Ogeechee Technical College equips students to be successful in our local community, and has worked hand in hand with corporate partners to retrain existing employees.  East Georgia College has a campus in Bulloch County and they offer Associates Degrees giving the option for students to finish their 4 year degree at Georgia Southern University.  We are a proud community that embraces the resources offered in education.  
The quality of life is complemented with this area’s geographic location.  Bulloch County is the perfect place to live if you are interested in golf, fishing, hunting, sports and recreation, and great weather year around.  Bulloch County is centered around three major rivers within 30 miles and the Atlantic Ocean with a short hour’s drive.  This community is fortunate to have sports facilities that are one of a kind in this area.   There are 8 park facilities with Mill Creek Regional Park and Splash in the ‘Boro as the county's pride and joy.  These facilities funded by the county, have brought patrons from all over to enjoy the amenities that locals have to come love.