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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Emsi

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Emsi would like to thank the Clarksville-Montgomery County Economic Development Council, Aspire Clarksville Foundation, and the Industrial Development Board for the opportunity to prepare this report. The authors would like to thank the many people – representing the organizations listed below, who provided meeting facilities and hosted focus groups, assisted with scheduling, and offered valuable data, inputs, and feedback. These organizations’ representatives took the time to meet with Emsi researchers and provide insight into the Clarksville-Montgomery County economy and region. In addition to these organizations, many Clarksville companies participated in surveys, focus groups, and interviews. A list of these companies can be found in Appendix I. • Austin Peay State University • City of ClarksvilleClarksville Area Chamber of Commerce • Clarksville-Montgomery County School System • Fort Campbell Employment Readiness Program Army Community Service • Fort Campbell Soldier For Life-Transition Assistance Program • Hopkinsville Community College • Hopkinsville County Government • Kentucky Regional Workforce • Montgomery County Government • Nashville State Community College • Pennyrile Area Development District • Robertson County Chamber of Commerce • Southwest Kentucky Economic Development Council • Tennessee College of Applied Technology • Workforce Essentials, Inc. This study is the result of a group effort. The authors would like to thank our colleagues at Emsi for their assistance with this study—in particular, Daniel Botkin, Brandon Crouch, and Bethany Hoyt. Jennifer Hackman, Account Executive Debbie Maranger Menk, Director of Consulting Alivia Metts, Senior Economist James Howard, Research Analyst 4 COMPREHENSIVE LABOR ANALYSIS: CLARKSVILLE-MONTGOMERY COUNTY

INTRODUCTION Over the past five years, major manufacturing companies have invested $2 billion in Clarksville, creating 3,500 jobs. For a city the size of Clarksville, this is an astounding level of investment that has changed the trajectory of Clarksville’s growth and development. The purpose of this study is to provide information for the Clarksville-Montgomery County Economic Development Council to use in guiding the direction of this growth and development. During the course of this study, many Clarksville leaders from Fort Campbell, education, and industry participated in surveys, focus groups, and interviews. The results are included at the end of each section to better understand the strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities open to the region. Through the Chamber of Commerce, the Industrial Development Board, the Clarksville-Montgomery County Economic Development Council, and Workforce Essentials, Clarksville has dynamic and interactive participants representing all facets of the economy. This group of leaders and level of participation are among Clarksville’s greatest assets. Clarksville has many options for continued development. It has a strong manufacturing base, substantial downtown and riverfront areas, and a highly regarded educational system, from grade school through to universities and technical training. An informal survey of Clarksville leaders was telling in the consistency of responses when asked about the desired direction for Clarksville’s future: “I see Clarksville-Montgomery County becoming a town that owns its manufacturing roots and beginnings of advanced manufacturing but to also focus on an effort around attracting professional opportunities Introduction 5

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