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The CEDC receives financial support from a coalition of towns, businesses, and county government. The support provided by these sponsors is a reflection of their commitment to making Caroline County a vibrant and prosperous economic engine on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
The Caroline County Commissioners provide the majority of CEDC funding. Their commitment and leadership have helped Caroline County attract and grow a strong economic base of manufacturers, business service providers, retailers, and entrepreneurs.
Denton, the seat of Caroline County, has a diversified economy with an industrial park, major retail center, and a downtown Arts & Entertainment district. The Denton Town Council has been a consistent supporter of economic development and tourism.
Federalsburg is the economic hub of Caroline County with three industrial parks that employ thousands of people. The Federalsburg Town Council has consistently made economic development a priority, which is reflected in the robust business base within its city limits.
Ridgely was established on May 13, 1867 by the Maryland and Baltimore Land Association in Reverend Greenbury Ridgely’s grain field. Laid out beside the first railroad to enter Caroline County.
Jay Corvan is an Architect specializing in historic-based work for small communities. Jay has extensive knowledge of the historic tax credit framework in Maryland. He also specializes in town planning and creating Architectural Design Guidelines for communities.
Sisk Fulfillment provides its clients with customized product and literature fulfillment services. Sisk boasts an impressive client list that includes World Wildlife Fund, the Air Force Association, Discovery Communications, and Habitat for Humanity, among others. A testament to their service and dedication, many of Sisk’s customers have been with them for decades.