Tabor City Committee of 100
The Tabor City Committee of 100 was established in 1984 by members of the Greater Tabor City Chamber of Commerce’s Industrial Committee. Their goal is to improve the quality of life in the Tabor City community by promoting economic growth and advancing industrial development. To become a member and learn about the projects their participate in or to learn about their façade grant program please visit their website at
Tabor City Industrial Park
The Tabor City Industrial Park consists of 63 acres of land located on the north side of the City. Home to the industrial incubator that currently houses RadixBay and Gann Toys, the Park was developed by the Tabor City Committee of 100 in cooperation with the Town of Tabor City and the Brunswick Electric Membership Corporation (BEMC). The Park has approximately 30 acres available for future development. The park has all new infrastructure to include water, sewer, natural gas, and a T-1 Line.
Coming soon to downtown is Tabor City Inc., the second entrepreneurial incubator, that will be located in the old Helig Meyer building on West 5th Street. Construction of this incubator has begun with completion set by the end of 2021.
Major employers in Tabor City are as follows:
Tabor City Correctional Center
Atlantic Corporation Paper Converters
Columbus County School System
Highways Route 904/701/410
Rail Carolina Southern Railroad
Airports Myrtle Beach International
Columbus County Government Airport
Trucks 10 Motor Freight Common Carriers serve the area