1469 South Main Street
Covington, TN 38019
Phone: 901.313.1072 Fax: 901.476.2756
Email: [email protected]
Big challenges, Huge opportunities.
Memphis Regional Megasite
The West Tennessee core megasite consists of a 1,720 acre square tract of land, as well as 3,644 acres available from other properties. These areas retain some of the best conditions for economic development in West Tennessee.
Explore the Region.
View the landscape and places of the HTL Advantage region with this interactive tour.
Moving Industry Forward.
The HTL Advantage region offers an edge for logistics and transportation industries. Locating in the region means superior global access. With a half-hour drive to Memphis, America’s aerotropolis and a global distribution hub in itself, the region is primed for distribution, warehousing and logistics operations.
Where Tradition Meets Innovation.
The HTL region’s transportation and workforce advantages make it a prime location for food manufacturers.
The Place for Precision Production.
Manufacturing is vital component of the HTL Advantage region. For generations, it has been a major part of the local economy and continues in that role to this day.
HTL Advantage is committed to developing the West Tennessee workforce. Learn more about the many initiatives available to area students, setting the HTL Advantage region workforce apart.
The HTL Advantage region offers huge benefits for industry, with its proximity to road, rail, water and air transportation centers.
Serving three counties, with one mission: Economic Development. The HTL Advantage office is located in Covington, Tennessee, and run by President and CEO, Duane Lavery, CEcD. HTL Advantage prides itself on keeping West Tennessee growing.
HTL Advantage is a three county economic development coalition that began with a set of specific goals on how to improve existing businesses and how to bring new industries into Haywood, Tipton, and Lauderdale (HTL) counties.
October 25, 2016
Covington, TN – Local amphibious vehicle manufacturer Hydratrek, Inc. is celebrating a…
November 06, 2015
COVINGTON, Tenn. (Sept. 4, 2015) — Students in the Automotive Technology program…
The beauty of our community is only surpassed by its quality of life and friendly atmosphere.
A great place to live, work and raise a family.
Find out about our available buildings, our low tax rates, our labor workforce, and why Lauderdale County is a great place to live and work.
For the past fifty-eight years, Brownsville Utilities has served the people of Brownsville and parts of Haywood County with electric, water, wastewater, natural gas and propane utilities.
At Ripley Power & Light, we are proud to be your hometown utility provider. We are a public utility owned by you, our customers. As a local utility, we can respond more quickly to your needs.
Brownsville is a very special place, offering the charm of a small city while focusing on planned growth and an improved quality of life for everyone. We take pride in our past history, involve our citizens in our present opportunities and anticipate our future as a diverse community with unique talents and resources to bring to the table.
Tipton County is located north of Memphis and Shelby County, approximated 18 miles from its most southern border to Memphis. Covington is the county seat and the largest of eight incorporated communities: Atoka, Brighton, Munford, Burlison, Garland, Mason and Gilt Edge. The county is one of the fastest growing counties in the State of Tennessee and the Mid-South region. The county offers all the advantages of small-town living with the nearby amenities of a major city.
Covington Electric System provides electrical service to homes and businesses within the corporate limits of the City of Covington.
There is so much "growing" on in Downtown Ripley. The square is abuzz with revitalization. Take a look at what Ripley is growing to be.