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Grow Your Business in Caroline

Caroline County is business-friendly. Actually, we’re just friendly in general. We’d love to welcome you to our community and help your business grow! 

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you belong here

Caroline County is an inviting, business-friendly community. We love welcoming new businesses – almost as much as we love supporting our existing businesses as they grow!

Want to know more? These are the top 3 reasons you belong here:

Great location. Great affordability.

We’re less than 200 miles from 6 major metro markets. But the costs of land & labor are much lower than you’ll find in more urban areas.

A hands-on workforce.

Our workforce has the work ethic you’d expect from an agricultural community. We’re hands-on problem solvers. We believe in service with a smile.

We're excited about your business.

Large or small, we’re excited to welcome you to Caroline County. You’ll find lots of people eager to help you succeed. You’ll feel right at home in no time!

we’re growing. join us.

Caroline County is on the move! We’re proud to have so many outstanding businesses in our community that are thriving and growing. Join us, and we’ll be proud to support your business too.


Crystal Steel leveraged local and state incentives to acquire a 100,000 sq. ft. production facility in Federalsburg. They’re using local workforce initiatives to create 125+ new jobs.

Logistics & Fulfillment

Choptank Transport expanded its Preston headquarters for the second time in just five years. They leveraged local and state incentives for both projects.


Seaberry Farm launched their 36-acre specialty fruits & flower farm just outside Federalsburg. They used the county’s Small Business Loan Program to help fund their rapid growth.

Hospitality & Tourism

Rob Griffith and Chef Steve Konopelski launched their business in downtown Denton. An appearance on Food Network and a fanatical local following have helped their business explode

5 Year Strategic Plan
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