Mike Brodie Discusses Collin County as a Leading Area for Business in Dallas Forth Worth

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Collin County, home to cities like Plano and Frisco, is the fastest growing county in Texas. With plenty of land for growth; abundant shopping; residential development; and still, a touch of the old-time, small-town feel, it has plenty to offer.

In addition to the Toyota World Headquarters, Collin County will soon be home to the FedEx World Headquarters and the soon-to-be-open Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters—a joint project with America’s Team, the city of Frisco, and the Frisco Independent School District. The county is already a notable business hub with Raytheon, Frito Lay, PepsiCo, and many other multi-national corporations.

The cities within Collin County are award-winning. McKinney was voted the best mid-sized town in America by Money Magazine in 2014. Collin County schools were ranked second in the nation from Forbes Magazine’s public education survey, “Best Schools for Your Housing Buck.”

From young to old, luxury to middle-class, Collin County has the infrastructure, land, and educated work force ideal for businesses as we move further into the new millennium.

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