Governor Brian P. Kemp today announced that high-end carpet producer Try-Con Tufters will expand its commercial manufacturing operations in Chattooga County, investing $5 million in a new 109,000 square-foot facility and creating 104 additional jobs.
“Try-Con Tufters has been a first-rate employer in Chattooga County for fifteen years, and we’re glad that Georgia has been able to provide the workforce necessary for their growth,” said Governor Kemp. “I look forward to seeing the opportunities that this expansion will create for hardworking Georgians and continuing to build on our strong relationships with great businesses like Try-Con Tufters.”
Established in 2005, Try-Con Tufters specializes in making quality carpets for hospitality and contract customers from all over the world. Headquartered in Lyerly, this expansion will result in Try-Con Tufters employing more than 200 Georgians when the new facility is complete.
Founded in Lyerly, Georgia in 2005, Try-Con Tufters is a leader in the manufacturing of high-end carpet that is sold in the hospitality and contract market all over the world.