Caroline County Economic Development

November Director’s Note: Celebrating Our Businesses

Thanksgiving month! The time we give thanks to friends and family, and the bounty we have in Caroline County with community. We were honored to celebrate Thanksgiving early during Economic Development Week, October 23 through 27, 2023 and the Thank You! Tour. The team from our office, county commissioners, and other business leaders all visited Caroline County businesses to show their appreciation and support.

This was our chance to honor some of the businesses that are the economic drivers in Caroline County, that bring jobs and vitality to our community. We chose to celebrate Economic Development Week by showing appreciation to a variety of establishments that make an impact in Caroline County.

Starting October 23rd, the office visited four businesses each day in a variety of sectors, including those in manufacturing, hospitality, retail, real estate, and food service. Throughout the week, the businesses that were visited were highlighted on the Caroline Economic Development Facebook page.

In complete transparency – Loretta and Rich Warfield, publishers of the Caroline Review, were honored also because this publication has such an impact in providing information to the community.

Look for more details and photos of the business visits in the December edition of the Caroline Review and online at

Economic Development in Maryland Week is designed to increase an understanding of economic development’s contribution to the State’s business climate, job retention and growth, the tax base, and the overall quality of life in the state. Our way of celebrating was to give attention to the real contribution of the business climate in Caroline County, and we are so fortunate to have lots of businesses to recognize.

For more information, follow Caroline Economic Development on Facebook at, email , or call 410-479-4188.

Caroline County Economic Development and Tourism is an office within Caroline County government. For updates on any future business support, please visit, sign up for our newsletter, and follow Caroline County Economic Development on Facebook.

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