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NETWORKS Sullivan Partnership

Clay Walker, CEcD

Chief Executive Officer

P.O. Box 747
Blountville, Tennessee 37617
Phone : 423-279-7681
Toll-free : N/A
Fax : 423-279-7683
Email : CWalker@NetworksTN.com
Website : www.NETWORKSTN.com
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Targeted Industries

•   Aerospace & Defense
•   Automotive
•   Food & Agriculture Related
•   Logistics, Warehousing & Distribution
•   Manufacturing
•   Metals
•   Plastics

About NETWORKS Sullivan Partnership

NETWORKS Sullivan Partnership is the economic development organization for Sullivan and Hawkins counties, Tennessee, and the communities of Bluff City, Bristol, and Kingsport. Our region has multiple shovel-ready, publicly-owned sites, including Aerospace Park, a 160 acre, shovel-ready site with direct runway access.

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