Paris, Texas is a community that caters to people who prefer the pace of rural life but want
access to the resources of a more urban environment. Paris is a hub for Northeast Texas, with Loop 286 connecting multiple highways such as 271 and 82 for quick access to Oklahoma as well as Dallas/Fort Worth. Despite its size, Paris is the home to facilities for companies such as Campbell Soup and Kimberly-Clark, both of which have been in Paris for decades.
One of the reasons for the persistent presence of companies such as these is the business
climate in Paris. Our labor and operating costs are some of the lowest in the state, and our local representatives are always eager to help new businesses thrive by working with the PEDC to ensure that all of our resources can be used to their fullest potential.
The low operating costs in Paris are accompanied by the talented manufacturing workforce in
our community. Manufacturing constitutes a higher percentage of our workforce than most other towns in the state, and our labor pool is supplemented by Paris Junior College, which can help tailor training to your business’s needs.
Quality of life is also an important aspect of life in Paris. For a community its size, we have an
assortment of annual events that draw people in from across the nation, such as the Tour de Paris, the Southwest Shoot-Out, and the Balloon and Music Festival. Paris’s public schools are also some of the finest in the region, and Paris is also a hub for healthcare, with Paris Regional Medical Center serving as the medical destination for citizens well outside Paris city limits.
Paris is the home to businesses large and small for a reason. Give us a call at (903) 784 6964 or email us at email@example.com and we’ll show you how Paris can serve your business’s needs.