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Collierville Lands Corporate World Headquarters

Orgill Inc. Will Build New Headquarters in Collierville

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd, along with Orgill, Inc. officials, announced on October 29 the company will build a new world headquarters in Collierville.

Orgill Inc.

Orgill Inc, a company with a long history in Memphis, will build its new world headquarters in Collierville to the tune of a $21 million investment. The new Orgill Inc. headquarters will be located on the east side of Houston Levee Road, between Winchester Blvd. and Bailey Station Road.

The new headquarters facility will accommodate 115 new jobs the company plans to create, with salaries averaging $65,000. The current 300 employees will also relocate to Collierville.

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collierville-sealCollierville, Tennessee is strategically located in the Southeast corner of Shelby County and is considered the premier location for business, lifestyle and access in the Memphis MSA and Mid-South region.  With an emerging population closing in on 50,000, Collierville provides access to award winning schools, safe neighborhoods with escalating home values and a low cost of living. Nestled at the crossroads of highways I-269 / US Hwy 72 / SR-385, Collierville’s prime location allows business timely access to Memphis’ quadramodal assets, the river, runway, rail and road systems, which provide overnight connections to 152 key US markets and the world via FedEx.



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