LVEDC: Select Lehigh County, Pennsylvania

The Lehigh Valley region of Pennsylvania was recognized by Site Selection magazine last year as the best performing metropolitan area of its size for economic development in the Northeastern United States. Within that region, Lehigh County has set the bar high with its economic growth and success, along with its unprecedented revitalization of Allentown. 

Lehigh County is the home of three Fortune 500 companies and two nationally-renowned sports venues. With a strong infrastructure and excellent access to markets, the county has seen a continued growth in its manufacturing economy. Prepared by Digital Feast, this video showcases the economic assets of Lehigh County.

The Lehigh Valley is a two-county region in eastern Pennsylvania consisting of 62 distinct municipalities and three cities: Allentown, Bethlehem, and Easton. Located 60 minutes north of Philadelphia and 90 minutes west of New York City, Lehigh Valley is the 69th largest metropolitan region in the United States, with a $35.4 billion GDP that is larger than that of 94 nations.

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