In addition to Texas not having a personal income tax, state property or unitary tax, Amarillo has a number of tax benefits, including:
With ample supply comes low rates. Amarillo’s electricity, natural
As the largest city between Dallas and Denver, Albuquerque and Oklahoma City, Amarillo has excellent connections. And beyond our famed Route 66, we are conveniently connected to the region and the country via rail, airports and highways. Our central position and access to a multitude of transportation options make it ideally suited for distribution and logistics operations. National companies, such as Ben E. Keith, Affiliated Foods, Inc., and AmeriCold, have built successful operations in Amarillo.
The mainlines of the Union-Southern Pacific railroad directly connect Amarillo to three ports:
CenterPort Business Park
Amarillo’s CenterPort Business Park is a 440-acre site that employs approximately 850 people. Well-suited for manufacturing and distribution, some of its current tenants include: Gestamp Renewables, Ben E. Keith Foods, Pacific Cheese, and Alstom Power.
For our 26-county labor area, Amarillo is the hub for employment opportunities and education. Our labor force is young, educated, non-unionized, and also appreciative of Amarillo’s quality of life.
From expanding facilities or your workforce to retooling your equipment to training your staff, our Financial Services division taps into a number of programs to help drive your business forward. Programs address three primary areas:
Small Business Programs