Creative Home Ideas Opening New Facility In Liberty County, Creating Jobs And Investing Millions

On Tuesday, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp (R) announced that Creative Home Ideas, a YMF Company and design-house focused on home fashion, is opening a new distribution and light manufacturing facility in Liberty County which will create 70 new jobs and invest more than $15 million.

“Last year, 85 percent of jobs created through economic development projects were located outside metro Atlanta, and we’re proud to welcome even more opportunity to rural areas like Liberty County,” said Kemp. “Through our reliable infrastructure, growing broadband connections, and world-class workforce development programs, the Peach State is attracting unprecedented levels of job creation. This is just the latest example of that success, and we’re thankful that Creative Home Ideas had Georgia on their minds when they made this choice.”

Creative Home Ideas is a family-owned business that was started in 1981. The company designs, manufactures, and distributes innovative home decor. The new facility will be located at 1962 Sunbury Road in Midway, Liberty County. It is expected to begin operations in 2024.

“YMF Carpets is very excited to be expanding our operations into the South,” said Yaron Shemesh, CEO YMF Carpets, Inc. “The facility we are planning will include light manufacturing which will allow us to grow our business and reach company goals while taking advantage of the proximity to the port of Savannah. We have enjoyed working with Liberty County and are looking forward to establishing a long relationship with the Georgia Ports Authority as well as the Midway community.”

D & B Staff

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